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Hiding his face behind a pasted on gray beard and a face darkened and dirtied by make-up, former Gov. Richard Codey ducked into Newark's Goodwill Mission shortly before 9 p.m. last night, continuing his years-long effort to improve conditions at shelters and boarding homes throughout the state.
Originally posted by stewiegriffin
I wish there were more men like him in the government.
Talk about getting your hands dirty!
The legislation, S-71, would allow motorists of any age to place a yellow sticker on their vehicles in order to notify emergency responders that critical health information is available in the glove compartment in case the driver is unable to communicate during an emergency. Information would include such things as medical conditions like diabetes, epilepsy, and high or low blood pressure, as well as any medications, hospital preferences and emergency contact information.