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The state of Tennessee offers a program that provides free stickers for vehicles alerting police and emergency personnel to be prepared for a diabetes emergency. Would you want to see these stickers become available in all states?
Yes! I think that would be a great safety measure.
30%
As long as this doesn't open the door to madating diabetes disclosure, I think stickers should be available in all states for people who want to use them.
46%
My state/other organization (not Tennessee) already offers something like this.
0%
I don't care if the stickers are available, but I personally would not post that info on my car.
22%
Total votes are 442
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by Brenda Bell
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