Putting EpiPens in Kentucky schools just makes sense. It’s not something people in their right mind would oppose.
Jefferson County Public Schools says they’re neutral on requiring Epi-Pens in Kentucky schools:
JCPS is taking a neutral stance concerning House bill 172. If it passes, JCPS schools and its staff will adjust accordingly.”
What the hell does neutral even mean? How can the wealthiest school district in the state be “neutral” when it comes to something cheap that could keep some of the most vulnerable kids in rural Kentucky alive in an emergency?
The “neutral” bit is bogus because JCTA officials have been all up our rears calling us bought and paid for because we dare have an opinion about this important issue. How dare Jake share his own experience. SHAME!
Another union is also going crazy in Frankfort as they burn phones up on the issue. Because that union also opposes saving kids who could otherwise die in an instant. The argument? It costs too much in the first year.
But, uh, here’s the deal: THEY’RE FREE FOR SCHOOLS THE FIRST YEAR.
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The EpiPen4Schools program was created to allow qualified schools to obtain EpiPen Auto-Injectors at no-cost.
So, uh, about that talking point.
It’s a shame that two educational unions would fight something so important.