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Ohio and Michigan Debate Stocking Schools with Epinephrine

TODAY both Michigan and Ohio are holding hearings on their pending epinephrine stocking bills! Michigan's bill has already made great progress - it's been passed by the House of Representatives and is now in the Senate. Let's work to keep both of these bills moving forward! Follow the links below to take action on epinephrine stocking bills that will keep kids safe at school!






For more information about this issue:

Epinephrine in Schools: What You Need to Know (April 2013)
AAFA's VP of Public Policy, Charlotte Collins, JD, and KFA's Medical Advisory Team Chair, Dr. Michael Pistiner explain why access to epinephrine in schools is important to children who are at risk for anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction). The key issues surrounding stocking epinephrine in schools were presented. 

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