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Senator proposes ‘Avonte’s law’ to track autistic children using GPS

27
Jan
2014

Democratic Senator Charles Schumer will today formally introduce legislation that would allow law enforcement agencies to track children with autism using GPS devices. Schumer dubbed the proposed legislation Avontes law, named for Avonte Oquendo. Oquendo, who suffered from severe autism, disappeared from his school in Queens last October. Oquendos mother, Vanessa Fontaine, stood beside Schumer as he unveiled the proposed legislation on Sunday.

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