Substitute for Raised S.B. No. 755
Session Year 2009
 


AN ACT CONCERNING THE USE OF ASTHMATIC INHALERS AND EPINEPHRINE AUTO-INJECTORS WHILE AT SCHOOL.

To permit children diagnosed with either asthma or an allergic condition to retain possession of asthmatic inhalers and automatic prefilled cartridge injectors at all times while attending school for prompt treatment of such children's asthma or allergic condition provided such children have provided a written certification from specified licensed health care practitioners to a local or regional board of education.

Introduced by:
Public Health Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 6/30/2009Signed by the Governor
 6/22/2009Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 6/9/2009(LCO)Public Act 09-155
 6/1/2009In Concurrence
 6/1/2009House Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
 6/1/2009House Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A
 5/27/2009House Calendar Number 673
 5/27/2009Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 5/27/2009Rules Suspended, Transmitted to the House
 5/27/2009On Consent Calendar
 5/27/2009Senate Passed as Amended by Senate Amendment Schedule A
 5/27/2009Senate Adopted Senate Amendment Schedule A 8495
 4/20/2009(LCO)File Number 710
 4/20/2009Senate Calendar Number 503
 4/20/2009Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 4/20/2009(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/13/2009(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/20/09 10:00 AM
 4/2/2009(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/1/2009(ED)Joint Favorable Substitute
 3/11/2009Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Education
 3/10/2009Favorable Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Education
 3/9/2009(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/5/2009(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/4/2009(PH)Joint Favorable Substitute Change of Reference Education
 2/2/2009Public Hearing 02/06
 1/28/2009Referred to Joint Committee on Public Health

Co-sponsors of SB-755

Rep. Mary G. Fritz, 90th Dist.
Rep. Andres Ayala, 128th Dist.
Rep. Janice R. Giegler, 138th Dist.
Sen. Donald J. DeFronzo, 6th Dist.
Sen. L. Scott Frantz, 36th Dist.
Rep. Jason Perillo, 113th Dist.
Rep. Linda M. Gentile, 104th Dist.
Rep. Patricia B. Miller, 145th Dist.
Rep. Deborah W. Heinrich, 101st Dist.
Rep. Michelle L. Cook, 65th Dist.
Rep. Catherine F. Abercrombie, 83rd Dist.
Rep. David A. Baram, 15th Dist.
Rep. Lawrence G. Miller, 122nd Dist.
Rep. Sandy H. Nafis, 27th Dist.
Rep. Joan A. Lewis, 8th Dist.
Rep. Lile R. Gibbons, 150th Dist.
Rep. Livvy R. Floren, 149th Dist.
Rep. Susan M. Johnson, 49th Dist.
Rep. Elizabeth H. Esty, 103rd Dist.
Rep. Tom Reynolds, 42nd Dist.
Rep. Barbara L. Lambert, 118th Dist.
Rep. DebraLee Hovey, 112th Dist.
Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas, 70th Dist.
Rep. Terrie Wood, 141st Dist.
Sen. Gayle S. Slossberg, 14th Dist.
Sen. Mary Ann Handley, 4th Dist.
Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, 17th Dist.
Sen. Gary D. LeBeau, 3rd Dist.
Sen. Edwin A. Gomes, 23rd Dist.
Sen. Andrea L. Stillman, 20th Dist.
Sen. Thomas A. Colapietro, 31st Dist.
Rep. Mary Ann Carson, 108th Dist.
Rep. Carlo Leone, 148th Dist.
Rep. William Aman, 14th Dist.
Rep. Maryanne Hornish, 62nd Dist.
Rep. Ted C. Graziani, 57th Dist.
Sen. Dan Debicella, 21st Dist.
Sen. Kevin D. Witkos, 8th Dist.
Sen. John A. Kissel, 7th Dist.
Sen. Andrew J. McDonald, 27th Dist.
Rep. Vincent J. Candelora, 86th Dist.
Rep. Louis P. Esposito, 116th Dist.
Sen. Edith G. Prague, 19th Dist.
Sen. Jonathan A. Harris, 5th Dist.
Rep. Joseph C. Serra, 33rd Dist.

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