A photograph of Natalie Giorgi rests at the State Capitol in April, when her mother, Joanne Giorgi, came to support increased access to epinephrine auto-injectors in schools.
A photograph of Natalie Giorgi rests at the State Capitol in April, when her mother, Joanne Giorgi, came to support increased access to epinephrine auto-injectors in schools. Renee C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
A photograph of Natalie Giorgi rests at the State Capitol in April, when her mother, Joanne Giorgi, came to support increased access to epinephrine auto-injectors in schools. Renee C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

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