Feb 3, 2007

SB 10 - Repeal of student scoliosis testing requirement

Synopsis: Repeals a provision that requires each public school student in grade 5, grade 7, and grade 9 to be tested for postural defects.

The forced medical testing of our children is just another sign that our representatives consider parents to be incompetent and unable to provide proper medical care if not for the benevolent hand of the nanny state stepping in to force them. This repeal could mean a real monetary savings that could be turned into tax cuts, and allow the control of a child's medical care to be returned to his or her parents, where it belongs. It will also allow educators to spend more time in the classroom, and less time compiling medical data reports.

Author: Miller
Status: Passed third reading (37/11)

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