She said the different lobbying groups for physicians, hospitals, nurses, pharmacists and other medical professionals have been approaching her, and other lawmakers, separately, and she's tired of it.
In the campaign, Boyda said Congress needed to take action in the next 18-24 months. But, this article is full of Boyda begging off the problem and not offering any ideas (despite proclaiming herself a "Health Care Expert" in her campaign voter guides).
Boyda also said she would prefer that the hospitals and
doctor take the initiative to implement a solution outside of the political
I thought Nancy got into politics to be a problem solver, an independent leader?
The article ended with this quote:
"If there's a way to work with congresswoman Boyda - if
she wants a leader - I'm willing to step up and be that leader at Labette
Health," Mahoney said.
No Mr. Mahoney, Nancy Boyda does not want to be a leader.