Dive into this blog on a public policy initiative in the recent Safe Kids report on water safety and laws requiring fences and barriers around pools. 

Learn how California is raising awareness about heatstroke by educating new drivers, and testing on it. 

Safe Kids’ recent report on water safety includes calls to action on policy for home pools, need for barriers, strong inspections at public pools.

Pennsylvania passes nation’s fourth bill requiring rear-facing seating in cars up to age 2, an example of public servants meeting their greatest responsibility of protecting children. 

With Independence Day approaching, we must remember the danger of fireworks, just as states are making it easier to purchase them. 

Opioids are the source of a crisis across the country. Please tell your representatives that you support HR 4969.

What will you do with an extra 24 hours? Leap Day only happens once every four years, and this year we are supporting our partner Chevrolet in the “Day it Forward” campaign.

Our children are entitled to drink and bathe in clean water. As we’ve read about in the news, the children of Flint, and all residents, don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water. 

While recognizing that driving a car is very serious business, officials hope that these signs will be more than one-time reminders to drivers. In addition to making people laugh, they hope these attention-grabbing signs will be family conversation starters, and help create more long-term safe driving habits.

Nine years ago, Zackery Lystedt was a playing football game with his team at Maple Valley Junior High. Zack went back into the game in the fourth quarter after a hard hit in the third. The game ended, his dad, Victor, ran out onto the field to congratulate Zach for a good play. Zack told his dad that his head hurt. Then, he said, he couldn't see, and then Zack collapsed onto the field.

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