Calif. Supreme Court: Unlicensed school staff can administer insulin shots

The California Supreme Court on Monday rejected a lower court's ruling and voted unanimously to allow unlicensed school employees to administer insulin shots and other prescription medications to students. ANA said the decision could raise health risks for children and undermine the role of public school nurses. "This decision lowers this level of care for children ... and puts them at risk for medication errors that could have severe health consequences," ANA said in a statement.

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