Californians, we need your help! AB 2132 and SB 1912, bills that protect a California student
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Only a few weeks left to influence the Governor!
We have [b]one week left (at most) [/b] to urge the Gov. to sign this legislation.
If you haven't already done so, PLEASE take a moment to go to [url="http://www.foodallergyaction.org/gpage3.html"]http://www.foodallergyaction.org/gpage3.html[/url] and follow the directions to e-mail him.
Bumping for final push!
The Governor's office announced today via press release that he signed both SB 1912 & AB 2132!!!
As a result, California will now have uniform policy statewide that, subject to the provisions of the bill, students will be able to carry their asthma meds and Epi-pens at school!
Thanks to all Californians who took the time to advocate for this life-saving legislation.
The Daisy Thanks You
By the way, SB 1912, which permits pupils to carry and self-administer auto-injectable epinephrine is effective immediately.
AB 2132, which will permit pupils to carry and self-administer inhaled asthma medication, will be effective 1/1/05.
Each bill spells out the details, but essentially, school must recieve a written statement from doctor and written statement from parent granting permission (these statements need to be renewed annually).
Nomar wants to go play for the L.A. Dodgers... And he's getting a full share of winnings WHEN the Red-Sox win the pennant.
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