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Bauer-Kahan pushes bill to prevent fatal food allergen exposures, inspired by Danville girl's death

Original post made on Jul 4, 2019

State Assemblywoman Rebecca Bauer-Kahan is seeking support for a bill that aims to limit deadly food allergen contaminations in restaurants and camps, inspired by a Danville girl who died after peanut exposure at summer camp.

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Posted by Cloudja
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on Jul 4, 2019 at 6:35 pm

Incidents like the death of this girl are heartbreaking. I have this allergy, as does one of my three sons and one of my grandsons. I have had some close calls that include high speed races to hospitals, but I have survived 80 years. My son and grandson have so far had no life threatening incidents. We are very watchful and all realize that accidents are out there waiting to happen. My heart goes out to these parents for their awful loss, but I welcome the news of this bill going forward. It will save lives.


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