Bill to put panic alarms in California schools is one step closer to reality
AB1079 passed legislative committee
Last Updated: 248 days ago
SACRAMENTO, Calif - (AP) -- A bill that would require panic alarms in California schools has passed a legislative committee. AB1076 by Republican Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen of Modesto would require classrooms, cafeterias, theaters, gyms and other heavily used areas to be equipped with such alarms. They would send a signal directly to local law enforcement authorities. The bill passed the Assembly Education Committee yesterday and now moves to another committee.
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