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Pulse Ox Bill Passes Public Health Committee!



Recently the Colorado House Public Health and Human Services Committee voted in favor of  House Bill 1281, a measure ensuring Pulse Ox screenings for congenital heart defects in newborns. The Chair of the Newborn Screening Advisory Committee, physicians, and mothers shared incredible personal stories about their children and the importance of passing this policy. Kayla Mumbey and Gretchen Whitehurst (pictured) shared touching stories with the committee. Click here to learn more about Pulse Ox laws from around the state:

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