And Tyler, Too!

October 1998
NEA Today;Oct98, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p41
Focuses on the Tyler bill signed into law in by West Virginia which requires carbon monoxide detectors in any building with fuel-burning source. How Donna Shumaker was able to come with the bill; Lesson learned by students from the history of the bill.


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