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Texas Law to Require Vehicular #Heatstroke Education Prior to Newborn Hospital Discharge

View this GREAT story from WFAA Dallas ABC affiliate to learn more about TX HB2574, which goes into effect September 1, 2015:
http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/health/2015/06/25/hot-car-danger-texas-hospitals/29297393/

Sign the Petition Supporting Child Sensor Alerts for all New Vehicles!

URGENT! URGE CONGRESS TO SUPPORT UNATTENDED PASSENGER REMINDERS IN HOUSE TRANSPORTATION BILL

URGENT! For all of the Texans out there, we need your help ASAP!
please help us in our mission to end child hot car deaths by writing and/or calling the following members of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology----URGE them to support the child vehicular heatstroke study/follow-up actions noted in Section 504 of the Senate's version of the Transportation Bill: "unattended passenger reminders". ... The House will be voting onJUNE 30so timing is critical. Please remind these two Texans that Texas leads the nation in child hot car deaths, with more than half of the cases occurring because a child (commonly sleeping) was forgotten in the backseat.
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