Two Bills from Prescott Area State Rep Selina Bliss Pass Senate
A health care bill by Prescott Area State Representative Selina Bliss passed the state senate last week. It expands access for underserved areas by allowing qualifying physician assistants to practice without a supervision agreement. Another bill from Bliss also passed the state senate last week, this one dealing with gun safety. It requires schools to provide students in grades 6 through 12 with age-appropriate firearms safety and accident prevention training.