Hope for Hannah legislation becomes law

Rep. Angel Cruz, the prime sponsor of H.B. 1654, discusses the bipartisan efforts that led to the signing of the 'Hope for Hannah' legislation into law.

Rep. Angel Cruz, the prime sponsor of H.B. 1654, discusses the bipartisan efforts that led to the signing of the 'Hope for Hannah' legislation into law.



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Rep. Angel Cruz, the prime sponsor of H.B. 1654, discusses the bipartisan efforts that led to the signing of the 'Hope for Hannah' legislation into law.

Gov. Corbett, flanked by Vicki Pizzullo and Rep. Cruz, signs H.B. 1654. The 'Hope for Hannah' legislation takes effect in mid-December and adds Krabbe Disease and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders to the list of genetic diseases that hospitals must screen newborns for in Pennsylvania.

Gov. Corbett, flanked by Vicki Pizzullo and Rep. Cruz, signs H.B. 1654. The 'Hope for Hannah' legislation takes effect in mid-December and adds Krabbe Disease and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders to the list of genetic diseases that hospitals must screen newborns for in Pennsylvania.



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Gov. Corbett, flanked by Vicki Pizzullo and Rep. Cruz, signs H.B. 1654. The 'Hope for Hannah' legislation takes effect in mid-December and adds Krabbe Disease and five other Lysosomal Storage Disorders to the list of genetic diseases that hospitals must screen newborns for in Pennsylvania.