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Last updated on Monday, September 14, 2009
(UNDATED) - Indiana is among the states considered to have one of the weakest state laws to protect kids vision.
The state requires a vision screening for children entering school.
However they do not mandate any follow-up care for children who fail the screening.
A new report by the Vision Council examines the importance of vision screenings for school-age children.
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