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Washington needs an emergency medical reserve corps

Bill allows reserves to step in, step up to disasters

Water floods Iowa Street below Interstate 5 in Bellingham in November 2021. A Washington state House bill would establish a state emergency medical reserve corps. The network of volunteers could be deployed to respond to natural disasters
Water floods Iowa Street below Interstate 5 in Bellingham in November 2021. A Washington state House bill would establish a state emergency medical reserve corps. The network of volunteers could be deployed to respond to natural disasters (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By State Rep. Joe Timmons, Guest Writer
None of us can forget the devastating floods that ripped through the Nooksack River basin in Novembe

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