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Mother wants school-bus drivers trained to use EpiPen

from Hartford Courant

VideoBriefAfter a frightening episode when a school-bus driver gave a store-bought cookie to her son, who has food allergies, Erin Spaulding of Branford, Conn., started to feel that there is a dangerous gap in transportation procedures in some of their towns. Although Rhode Island has a law allowing school-bus drivers or monitors to administer an EpiPen if a child is having an allergic reaction, Connecticut has no such stipulation and policies range from district to district. Eating is not allowed on the bus, but Spaulding says those rules aren't always enforced. This mother, whose children are allergic to foods such as eggs and nuts, is on a mission to help her children, Conor and Caroline, and many others. more


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