Emergency Allergy Treatment Act 2016 Chapter 373

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This bill would authorize, but not mandate, public venues such as restaurants, youth organizations, sports leagues, theme parks, sport arenas, day care and educational facilities to stock and administer epinephrine auto-injectors in an emergency to individuals who appear to experience anaphylactic symptoms.

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