“I felt like if I refused to answer the question, they would just make the assumption I had guns and so I just said no. I felt it wasn’t any of their business and I didn’t see how it applied to me having a cold,” she said.
When asked about the gun question, the director of the clinic where Squibb was a patient, stated they do not ask that question on their intake paper work, despite the question being confirmed by the patient.
“All I can tell you is we do not ask about guns on our intake paperwork,” the clinic director said.
The clinic’s name is being withheld because the reporter did not personally see or hear the question being asked.
The gun question coming from physicians or nurses as they check patients in is nothing new.
It has long been an issue discussed in lively and even aggressive…
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