Lawmakers Looking at Protecting Kids With Food Allergies

By: Alyssa Fenske Email
By: Alyssa Fenske Email

LANSING (WILX)-- Michigan lawmakers are looking at making epinephrine injectors mandatory for schools.

Food allergies are on the rise. More than 15 million Americans, including 6 million children, suffer from food allergies.

The House Board of Education is currently looking at the liability, cost, and effectiveness of requiring injectors in schools.

Wednesday morning they listened to testimony from mom, educators, and a physician to help with their decision.

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