Colo. could require schools to increase supply of epinephrine

04/22/2013 | KREX-TV (Grand Junction, Colo.)

Lawmakers in Colorado are considering legislation that would require schools to keep at least one extra epinephrine injector on hand in the event a student, staff member or someone else has an allergic reaction. Currently, parents supply the injectors, and school staff administer the shots and other first aid if a student has an allergic reaction to food. However, as food allergies become more common among students, some say the bill could save lives.

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KREX-TV (Grand Junction, Colo.)

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