I'm currently working on a ND bill that is up for consideration and, like with everything in life, we have those that aren't happy. One particular woman has listed several things that she says come from Idaho law that would risk many women out. Previous multiple birth, 42 weeks, gestation, vbac, etc. We didn't present the bill, but our group did the rewrites for the amendments and one of the states we used as a guideline was Idaho. I don't recall seeing a huge list of things a midwife has to risk out for, but maybe I've overlooked something that has happened since then? Can you tell me where I can find what she's looking for or at least let me know that I can tell her she's mistaken? Politely, of course.
Here is the current statute page
Look at the rule making page listed...
She is correct, it sets up basic protocols valid until 2014,by then the council may have some other input...
Have you checked out New Mexico's info it is pretty good and they can do vbacs
I'm not a MW, but I'm in ID. I just deleted my original post (based on hearsay) and found what you're looking for:
Honestly, I would fight a lot of this. Denying midwifery care to the obese? Really???
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