U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, is introducing a new bill aimed at protecting seniors and vulnerable people.
She was recently in Duluth, Minnesota to hold a town hall meeting on the proposal. According to the Duluth News Tribune, “Klobuchar’s bill, the Guardian Accountability and Senior Protection Act (S.F. 1744), would provide money to help state courts improve procedures dealing with adult guardianship and conservatorship. It also would authorize a pilot program for conducting background checks on people wanting to be appointed as guardians or conservators.”
We applaud Senator Klobuchar on her efforts on this issue.
Read the full story on her legislation at the Duluth News Tribune.