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Relating to guidelines for policies of school districts and open-enrollment charter schools for the care of certain students at risk for anaphylaxis.
No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
SB 869 would require the commissioner of the Texas Education Agency to appoint members to an ad hoc committee to update the current guidelines on food allergy management to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. This committee would be required to meet at least every three years. School districts would be required to post a summary of the guidelines on their websites.
Texas Action remains neutral on SB 869 because it does not affect our liberty principles.