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Bill H.1937 188th (Current)

An Act relative to requiring that blind and cross-disability agencies receiving state funding from the Massachusetts state fiscal budget work in conjunction with pharmacies and pharmacists across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to set practices to put information contained on prescription medication labels into accessible format for those who are print challenged. This shall also include public schools, state community colleges, state senior colleges, or universities that offer English as a second language, ESL programs.

By Ms. DiZoglio of Methuen (by request), a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1937) of Brian J. Coppola and Marcos A. Devers relative to printing information on prescription medication labels in a formant accessible to print challanged persons. Public Health.

Sponsors:

Diana DiZoglio (By Request)

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