Pa. lawmakers consider bill on EpiPens in school

09/14/2009 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Pennsylvania House is debating a bill to allow students with allergies to carry epinephrine auto-injectors in school, rather than having them kept in the school nurse's office. The bill has passed the Senate, but the Pennsylvania School Board Association wants to add an amendment limiting possession to children 10 years and older.

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