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Lutz has kept us safe

Dr. Lutz proved himself over and over during this pandemic, provided leadership and made the difficult decisions that have saved many.

As a Native American, grandmother, mother and behavioral health therapist, I honor his courage and dedication to our community. The anxiety and fear that surrounds all of us is made easier when we have trust in the science. Hearing the stories of those who have lost family members or friends, or have had the illness, makes me appreciate selfless individuals such as Dr. Lutz. Under his leadership, many families have not had to experience this grief.

Thank you for your determination, your dedication, and your willingness to make those hard decisions that have kept me and many others safer. Your integrity shines through and I am truly amazed by the shameful way you are being treated at such a critical time in this fight against the virus.

Cindy Robison

Spokane Valley


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