Legislation which would alert parents, school officials and authorities instantly when students may be missing, lost or abducted has advanced in Trenton. "Tabitha's Law" cleared the Senate Education Committee today.
When a child is abducted, the first few hours are absolutely critical in the recovery process. The state a Assembly Education Committee has approved a bill that would require parents to notify the school when their child is absent.
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