Warren Township Family Talks of Emotional Toll as ‘Janet’s Law’ Clears State Senate Committee
WARREN TWP. — Janet’s Law, which would require all grades K-12 public and private schools grades to have a readily-accessible automated external defibrillator (AED) on site, passed the state Senate Education Committee by a unanimous vote on Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Trenton, according to the leaders of the Janet Fund of Warren Township.
The bill, S-157, is named in honor of Janet Zilinski, an 11-year-old Warren Township student and cheerleader, who collapsed and died in 2006 of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).
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