Democratic senators Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, this week introduced legislation that would require students to have up-to-date vaccinations. Friday, Placer County health officials announced that a charter school student suspected of having measles has tested negative for the disease.
Democratic senators Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, this week introduced legislation that would require students to have up-to-date vaccinations. Friday, Placer County health officials announced that a charter school student suspected of having measles has tested negative for the disease. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
Democratic senators Richard Pan of Sacramento, at podium, and Ben Allen of Santa Monica, far left, this week introduced legislation that would require students to have up-to-date vaccinations. Friday, Placer County health officials announced that a charter school student suspected of having measles has tested negative for the disease. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Placer County student tests negative for measles

February 07, 2015 10:11 AM

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