Midwives ask court to stop Hawaii law that requires licensing to practice

Kiana Rowley, a registered nurse, testified Monday in Circuit Court that she is paying $100,000 in tuition to become a certified nurse midwife after a Hawaii law requiring midwives to have a state-issued license went into full effect July 1.

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