Introducing US Legislature

Posted on: Sun, 10/13/2002 - 10:00pm
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Sorry, I don't mean to exclude the Canadian constituent on the board! I suppose we kinda work in parallel, so ideas from either of us could be superimposed to each other's legislative bodies. ?? I am interested in knowing on what level (state or federal) would I begin to address legislature related to physical disablilities such as PA? Particularly where public schools are concerned. It seems the food companies are now required to address labeling, EMT's and ambulances are now beginning to be required to address field treatment with "epi-pens". Are there any issues I may have missed. Yes, there are 504 plans, but I am talking broad, basic plans addressing steps that should be in place regardless of 504's. Like "peanut free schools". Particularly in the younger grades. Did I say that?? It would help ensure the safety of children who did not have anyone advocating for them as well as save the sanity of many a parent. I understand you cannot ensure peanut free, and I don't believe anyone's guard would be down because of it. It would just reduce risk. Isn't that what we are all looking for? Why do I feel like I just opened a can of worms? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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