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Weber (D-San Diego) introduced Assembly Bill 56, which requires California public and private schools built or modernized after January 1, 2014 to install carbon monoxide detectors. Keeping students safe in our schools is my top priority, said Weber.
Fire officials from Woodacre to Novato used the incident to underscore the need to install carbon monoxide detectors in accordance with a new state law. Family members did not want to come forward to talk about their experience, but officials said
June 22, 2011 Customers walk by a display of carbon monoxide detectors in a Home Depot store in San Diego. Howard Lipin / U-T Photo A new law requires single-family homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors in their home by July 1. Homeowners
These inconspicuous but soon-to-be-mandatory devices are waiting for consumers to give them a new home. The July 1 deadline for single-family homeowners to install carbon monoxide detectors in their houses is fast approaching. A California law,