North Carolina state Rep. Beverly Boswell incorrectly identified himself as a registered nurse, to the state Board of Nursing, she cried.
(North Carolina General Assembly)
A North Carolina politician has reportedly been misidentifying yourself as a nurse online, drawing the IRE of the state nursing Board at the beginning of this week.
State Rep., Beverly Boswell incorrectly label themselves as a registered nurse, on your campaign website and Facebook page to the North Carolina nursing Board told her to cut it out, after a message, Raleigh News & Observer reported on Wednesday.
“The work is a certified your way up from struggling single mother, a nurse, and Dare County Commissioner, Beverly rejects liberal notions of victimhood and government dependence,” the observer reported, the Facebook page, to tell how, on Tuesday morning.
A NC legislator incorrectly identified online as a registered nurse, until recently, when a state board asked them to stop. #ncpol #ncga https://t.co/nK6Z93aZ9k
— The News & Observer (@news observer) March 21, 2018
But the nursing board asked the legislature for the requirement.
“Rep. Boswell is not a licensed nurse, nor has she ever said a licensed nurse,” spokesman of the management Board David veal arable the paper on Tuesday.
The Republicans will, in fact, formed a medical assistant, and medical professionals, to draw blood — a profession that is not regulated by the state and not a nursing license.
The house health Committee member, said she noticed the mistake until the Board contacted her in the last week, according to the paper. While Boswell corrected their website, it didn’t solve the Problem, your Facebook page until Tuesday, when the Board called again.
She told the paper in an interview on Tuesday, the Facebook-correction “fallen through the cracks.”
Boswell claimed that a campaign volunteer a “non-story” and a “non-issue had misunderstood your job to call it.”
“Whenever you put on a uniform and go out in a doctor’s office, the people that you are a nurse or doctor, and you have to correct and correct and correct the” Boswell told the paper.
The legislature’s online presences have changed since then, but it was not clear how long you described Boswell as a registered nurse.
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