Trevor Schaefer had brain cancer as a young teenager, prompting him and his mother to advocate for more information about environmental and nutritional causes and prevention – including a bill before the U.S. Senate called Trevor's Law. The bill passed Tuesday.
Trevor Schaefer had brain cancer as a young teenager, prompting him and his mother to advocate for more information about environmental and nutritional causes and prevention – including a bill before the U.S. Senate called Trevor's Law. The bill passed Tuesday. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman
Trevor Schaefer had brain cancer as a young teenager, prompting him and his mother to advocate for more information about environmental and nutritional causes and prevention – including a bill before the U.S. Senate called Trevor's Law. The bill passed Tuesday. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman

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