Yesterday on my show, Iowa's State Auditor Rob Sand, confirmed that he has joined a group of other State Auditors - three of which don't want anyone to know who they are - in a combined effort to make sure Rona testing and results reporting is the same all over the country.
To do this however, he will get access to all of our private medical records - a fact he confirmed on my show. You can listen to that below.
Why? That was my simple question. Why should the State Auditor have my medical records on his desk? A question I repeatedly asked. I received various answers including that it was legal for the State Auditor to have them and that he was only interested in the test results to make sure I was a real person.
I don't know about you, but I'm not comfortable with this. He has agreed to come back because I knew in advance we were limited on time.
In the meantime, what do you think? Should Iowa's State Auditor have access to our private medical records?
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