Asthmatic Students Need Their Inhalers
When I was in school, I suffered chronic headaches; so I carried a tin of Anacin in my pocket all the time. Of course, that was 60+ years ago. If it were now, I’d have to suffer.
Now schools take medicines away from students — even life-saving, emergency, prescription medicines — and students suffer and sometime die. It’s outrageous, and it must stop!
Read the article at the link below. Randy Cassingham says it far better than I can in this article from his weekly newsletter, This Is True.
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