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Vote for Health Freedom
July 27, 2022 | Baldoria on the Water, 146 Van Gordon St. Lakewood, CO 80228
Hear from local experts Rachel Corbett, MD and Maureen West, JD; and Leah Wilson, JD from Stand for Health Freedom (both in CO and nationally) on why voting for health freedom advocates in our local government is the most important thing you can do this mid-term election cycle in order to protect your freedoms.
How censorship is the root of all medical mandates
Key policy issues to preserving health freedom
The necessity of informed consent
Enforcing parental rights
How to find and support candidates that support health freedom
Doors open 5:30pm
Speakers & Q+A 6:30–8:30pm
Ticket includes: light hors d'oeuvres & desserts, & 1 drink ticket
Leah is the Executive Director & Co-founder of Stand for Health Freedom, a national group with over 800k+ members. An attorney with a background in complex litigation and advocacy, Leah Wilson is passionate about children’s health and has researched and worked on child welfare issues for more than a decade. The overmedication of children in foster care as a form of behavior management is what compelled Leah to become an advocate and foster parent.
During her time as a court-appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children, Leah witnessed the rampant use of psychiatric drugs among foster kids. She also discovered that, in addition to many extensive requirements, the state had a policy that all foster children and foster families be fully vaccinated, without exception. Through her involvement in law, health, and the foster care system, it became abundantly clear to Leah that the single most important issue affecting child welfare in the United States is the practice of one-size-fits-all medicine via medical mandates. This motivated Leah to expand her advocacy beyond foster care to all children nationwide and to start Stand for Health Freedom (SHF) in 2019.
A graduate of the Saint Louis University School of Law, Leah holds dual bachelor degrees in political science and Spanish from Indiana University. In addition to her advocacy work with SHF, Leah is the owner and former operations director of MaxLiving Indy, one of the largest natural health centers in the Midwest. She is also an educator on holistic health as well as a sought-after speaker on issues ranging from religious rights to greening your home.
“Parental rights and religious freedom are God-given natural rights that cannot arbitrarily be taken away by government authorities. Parents are the single most important factor in a child’s success; I stand in full support of this sacred relationship.”
Rachel Corbett, MD
Dr. Rachel Corbett has practiced in the Denver area since 2002 and was on the Harvard faculty prior to moving to Colorado. She is originally from Austin Texas, is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and George Washington OB/Gyn residency program. She is still practicing Gyn with an emphasis on hormones, functional medicine, and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). She is the director and one of the founders of Colorado Healthcare Providers for Freedom. Dr. Rachel lives in the Denver area with her husband and sweet Golden Retriever. Her two teenage sons are her pride and joy, and she loves time in the mountains, yoga, and time with friends.
Maureen West, JD is a previous Colorado Assistant Attorney General who served as legal counsel to over a dozen healthcare regulatory boards. Since 2014, Maureen has also been an adjunct professor at the University of Denver where she teaches master of science candidates in the Healthcare Administration program. She holds a bachelor of science degree in dental hygiene and continues to practice both law and dental hygiene, affording her a unique perspective on healthcare matters.