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Upcoming forum in Moscow to address faith healing

On Oct. 25 The Moscow Human Rights Commission will present two speakers to discuss the religious exemptions for faith healing in Idaho.

According to an announcement, Idaho is one of the few states that has religious exemptions to child neglect and protection statutes.

Linda Martin, survivor of a faith-healing sect in Idaho and child rights activist, will share her personal story and insight into the faith healing groups in Idaho.

The community is invited to attend this forum, which will take place from 6-8 p.m. at 1912 Center, 412 E 3rd St. in Moscow, Idaho.



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