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Summary of the Perfected Version of the Bill HB 1732 -- SELF-ADMINISTERED MEDICATIONS BY STUDENTS (Fraser) COMMITTEE OF ORIGIN: Health Care Policy Currently, the self-administration of an asthma...
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Assembly bill 961 has been scheduled for a vote in the General Assembly this Thursday, March 16, 2006! This important bill addresses the emergency administration of epinephrine to students at risk...
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I did not see this on the board... just wanted to see if anyone knows what is going on with this? [url="http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?c109:1:./temp/~c109MI3vlT::"]http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-...
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I just emailed my congressman about getting a bill started to allow children in North Carolina to carry their EpiPens and asthmas inhalers with them at all times. Has anyone here been involved in...
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There are several bills pending in New York that you may want to support: A08006: would require the commissioner of health to distribute food allergy information to public eating places. A2166:...
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I learned about this a little too late. A Texas Senate bill proposed by Sen. Zaffirini from Laredo was sent to the House Calendars Committee, where it remained and died. I want to encourage this...
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Saw a post on another board on this... Thanks Debbie [url="http://www.cga.state.ct.us/"]http://www.cga.state.ct.us/[/url] bill #5408 Jason
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I found this article disturbing. The new law doesn't come into effect until 2006 and already the lobbying for "exceptions" is underway. Would be interested in other thoughts. [url="http://www....
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We still have a lot of work to do here in the U.S., but I predict that 2004 will be a watershed year in terms of food allergy legislation. We will see the passage of two critical pieces of...
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I posted the full story under "Labeling", but thought it would fit here, too. I'm not sure how to put a link to it, so you'll have to go over there the old fashioned way! [This message has been...
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This is a general call to arms to all residents of Texas. During the last couple of days I have spoken with people from various school districts, the Texas Department of Health, and the office of...
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[url="http://1010wins.com/topstories/winstopstories_story_184151243.html"]http://1010wins.com/topstories/winstopstories_story_184151243.html[/url] Jul 2, 2004 3:11 pm US/Eastern (1010 WINS) (TRENTON...
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Have any Americans applied for Social Security Income Supplement for their PA child based on PA only? Of course, the answers will not matter to me, as I am Canadian, as far as me being able to apply...
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Does anyone has a letter that I can probably copy to send it to our congressman to see if there is a way to try to pass a law to avoid and remove pbj in public schools? I have a friend that knows...
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This is a copy of our letter to Senator Alexander. Sen. Alexander: Greetings! I am writing to you to request a meeting to discuss Senate Bill 604, sponsored by Sen. Mescher. As a pharmacist and a...
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A parent of a severely food allergic child who is a member of another support group to which I belong has created a website to track major food allergy legislation. It can be found at [url="http://...
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I wrote to Iowa's state inspection office regarding the number of grocery stores that have uncovered bins of fresh peanuts in the produce dept. I also had been in a neighborhood grocery store and...
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Federal Lawmakers Take Action to Protect Students' Rights To Carry Emergency Medicines in School New Legislation Introduced at Annual Asthma Awareness Day...
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I would love to do some research and find out how to get all schools to be peanut free. The airlines saw the necessity, why haven't our schools? The nurse's office may be too far from the playground...
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The "EMT/Epinephrine" bill (S341/A667) has been signed into law by Governor McGreevey. As a result, all Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) in New Jersey will soon be permitted to carry and...

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