Taking ACTION to Defend People's Rights! Bryan M.

Here is an opportunity for each of us to DO something to make a difference.  It's easy, yet impactful when hundreds of us ACT.

Bryan is yet another target of political injustice and he needs OUR help!  

Please, please, please take the time to listen to his story HERE  

Then write a letter to AZBN - Arizona Board of Nursing members as a Concerned Citizen (not a member of PR) expressing your concerns of why this is unjust (if you believe it is).

Attached is some information that may be helpful for you to reference.

Your letter will need to be mailed to EACH BOARD MEMBER INDIVIDUALLY (listed below). Online complaints are only for complaints filed against the licensee not the board.

UPDATE from Bryan:  It would be great if people would just add a sentence or two where they state how they are personally upset that the board is trying to silence a nurse who was doing nothing more than exercising his free speech and trying to be an advocate for the health of his community.

In addition:  the Arizona State Senate's ATTORNEY has been sent a copy of the video taken on the day of the 'alleged assault', as well as 10 eye witness statements and Bryan's statement of the incident that took place with State Senator Steele. Please email HIM letters, and send hard copy letters to the chair of the State Senate Ethics chairman. They should be conducting an Investigation and filing Ethics Charges against Ms. Steele.   Emails and Letters help hold board members accountable for violating Bryan's civil rights. 

The Senate's Attorney is: 

Chris Kleminich


The Chair for the Ethics board is:
Honorable Senator Sine Kerr
1700 West Washington
Room 302
Phoenix, AZ 85007

If you want to write Senator Steele directly, and explain just how disappointed/disgusted we are with her actions, here is her office address:

Attention: Senator Victoria Steele
Capitol Complex Room 213
1700 W. Washington St. Rm 204
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2890

Thank you!  When we all take action - we can truly right the wrongs!

AZBN Members:

Arizona State Board of Nursing
1740 W Adams Street, Suite 2000
Phoenix, AZ 85007

32-1602. Board of nursing

A. The Arizona state board of nursing is established consisting of eleven members who are appointed by the governor. 

For your info:

bryan-masche-36.pdf (102 KB)

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