Many Americans are not aware of their vaccination status, and every person who is not immunized gives a debilitating disease another possible host,” said Congresswoman Wilson. Wilson is a third-term Congresswoman from Florida representing parts of Northern Miami-Dade and Southeast Broward counties.A former state legislator and school principal, she is the founder of the 5000 Role Models for Excellence Project, a mentoring program for young males at risk of dropping out of school.
A Federal regulation has been in place for some time, 42 Code of Federal Regulations (42CFR 482.23(b) which requires hospitals certified to participate in Medicare to "have adequate numbers of licensed registered nurses, licensed practical (vocational) nurses, and other personnel to provide nursing care to all patients as needed". The Congresswoman issued the following statement: “As a former elementary school principal, I know the importance of childhood vaccinations. Wilson (FL-24) will file legislation that mandates, with minimal exemptions, certain vaccinations for all students who attend public schools.Arizona school kids could be getting a break -- or at least a longer one. Over the years, break times have been cut down as teachers focus on meeting higher academic standards. Jesus Rubalcava, a Democrat from Gila Bend, says some schools don't offer breaks except during lunch.The House Committee on Education voted Monday to give elementary students at least 50 minutes of recess per day. As the sponsor of the bill, he believes it's counter productive that students perform better when they have time out of the classroom."It...The bill unanimously passed bipartisan support and will likely move to the House floor for a vote by the full chamber.
Before making the move to television, Welch wrote and edited for the Arizona Guardian, a highly influential online news site dedicated to Arizona politics and government where he served as owner and editor.
Research has shown that vaccinations are effective; they keep children healthy, save lives, and protect future generations of Americans.
“The health and safety of children should be our top priority.
Floyd Bledsoe was wrongly convicted of murder based on a false confession.
Since being exonerated, he’s been active in calling on legislators to adopt laws mandating the recording of interrogations to prevent wrongful convictions. Wesley.: “There are hundreds of false of confessions out there [from DNA exonerations], and they have to be the tip of the iceberg, because it’s almost impossible to prove confessions false.” Today 24 states require interrogations for serious crimes to be recorded, and some jurisdictions in other states have adopted the practice.
The Fair Access to Fertility Treatment Act was introduced by Simotas in the Assembly and Senator Diane Savino in the state senate in January.