[Ohio-talk] Update on Columbus Seminar
cherylelaine1957 at gmail.com
Thu May 3 14:52:08 UTC 2018
This is exciting news
. About a week ago, I asked my pharmasist, WallGreen's, about a
accessible device. He researched it, called me back with a solution.
It has been ordered and will let you know when I receive it.
I did not feel the need for a device until, my doctor added a few more
meds. The best of us can easily become confused...
So, I encourage everyone to ask your pharmacist what is
available...let's find out are the various devices accessible.
Thanks Sherry for all you do!
On 5/3/18, Sheri Albers via Ohio-Talk <ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Good morning,
> Here is the latest on our legislative efforts from the Columbus Seminar:
> 1. HB 303 Service Animal Bill: We made great strides to clarify the
> of this bill after it had been complicated by third party opponents. It is
> currently in the House Economic Development, Commerce, and Labor Committee.
> Representatives Scott Lipps and Brigid Kelly are members of this committee.
> 2. HB 309 Parental Rights Bill: This has passed through the House, and is
> currently in the Senate Judiciary Committee. We met with members of this
> committee, and the day we were in Columbus, Representatives Anne Gonzales
> and Jeffrey Rezabek presented sponsor testimony.
> 3. Prescription Information Accessibility Act: We presented this issue,
> it was very well received. There have been several representatives willing
> to sponsor this, and Representative Richard Brown has already written the
> first draft of the bill. We are working on the finishing touches, and hope
> to get it into a committee ASAP. Since this is moving so quickly, your help
> is needed to start putting together your horror stories concerning
> prescription medication inaccessibility. I will let you know when they are
> needed, but keep them on file.
> Let me know if you have any questions.
> Best Regards,
> Sheri Albers, Vice President
> National Federation of the Blind of Ohio
> Sheri.albers87 at gmail.com
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Wishing You All the Best,
Cheryl E. Fields
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