La Shawn Ford
The “universal precaution,” as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health, is to simply assume everybody could carry a blood-borne illness.
State Rep. La Shawn Ford, who last year passed a bill keeping employers from asking employees for their usernames and passwords, is now sponsoring a bill to do the same for students.
The law allows employers to see public Facebook profiles only. If a supervisor asks for the information they are subjected to fines and penalties.
The lawmaker is State Rep. La Shawn Ford (D-Chicago), who came out of the blue with it when he was speaking with a group of ministers.
The new version would excluding baked goods like doughnuts.
“It’s pretty much like pouring grease down your kitchen drain and it clogs. Trans fats literally are poisonous to the system.”
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