Bill seeks K-12 carbon monoxide detectors
from The San Diego Union-Tribune
California schools could soon be required to install carbon monoxide detectors. "It is common sense to protect our children's safety and ensure they have a healthy learning environment," Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, said in introducing the legislation. Weber's Assembly Bill 56, which is still being refined, would require that carbon monoxide detectors be installed at all new and renovated schools starting Jan. 1. The measure proposes that detectors be placed near each furnace.
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