New York Post report. Kennedy stressed that government insight is necessary for crucial health care in relation to gender and youth, the newspaper said.Cox previously said it was important to pause "permanent and life-altering treatments for new patients until more and better research can help determine the long-term consequences."Police officers were called to home of Republican Kennedy on Friday at 7:30 a.m.
in relation to graffiti spray painted on his home, according to a CNN report.In a statement, Lone Peak Police Public Information Officer Melissa Fahrni said: "The suspects appear to have targeted the Senator based on legislation that recently passed in the last legislative session."Officers are working diligently to gather evidence to find the suspects involved."Kennedy has rebuked the vandals both on Twitter and Facebook and insisted he won't be deterred by their actions.I won't be intimidated.
This year I sponsored/passed laws to protect parental rights in education, ban vaccine passports, and stop dangerous & irreversible transgender surgeries on kids.
My focus is our children’s future and creating a safer and more affordable Utah for all. https://t.co/c6dOk3FJfuSharing a story about his home being vandalized, he wrote: "I won't be intimidated.