Does California's insulin ruling compromise student safety?

A judge's ruling last year that prohibited California school staff other than nurses from administering insulin has wreaked havoc on nearly 15,000 California children with diabetes, say parents and physicians. The state's economic crisis makes it nearly impossible for districts to alleviate the statewide shortage of school nurses, they say, forcing some parents to drive to school to administer the injections when needed.

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