A chancellor for our times

A chancellor for our times

Spring 2010

West Campus

Students lobby for more access to chiropractic

group photo of students outside

More than a dozen members of the West Campus student chapter of the American Chiropractic Association (SACA) ventured to Washington, D.C., Feb. 24-27, to lobby on behalf of the chiropractic profession at the 2010 ACA National Chiropractic Legislative Conference (NCLC).

Accompanied by West Campus President Dr. Bill Meeker, fourth from left, the students joined nearly 600 doctors of chiropractic, other students (including groups from Palmer’s Davenport and Florida campuses) and supporters. All had converged on the nation’s capital to hear speeches from government leaders, receive advocacy training and to urge officials to support pro-chiropractic measures that provide patients, veterans and active-duty military personnel with direct access to chiropractic care. Standard Process presented four $2,500 scholarships, two of which were presented to West Campus student delegates Stephanie Johnson and Darci Robertson.

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