New legislation introduced at the State Capitol to prevent allergy deaths in schools. The proposal would require schools to stock epipens to treat allergic reactions, 20 states already have similar laws. In addition to the epipen mandate, two other bills were introduced one to provide guidelines in using emergency pens and the other to allow public places to administer medication in emergency situations.
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