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How to create a guideline for EpiPen use

More states are drafting legislation that covers the public use of injectors that can stop severe food allergy reactions

California has joined a growing number of states that allow restaurants and other businesses to take customer service to a new level: potentially saving a guest’s life.

The legislation in California, which went into effect on Jan. 1, allows businesses or other public entities to keep epinephrine auto-injectors, commonly known as EpiPens, on hand for emergency use. Thirty states across the country now have what are called “entity laws” allowing the practice, and simil

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