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DevilDog2531 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 6:00 PM
Cystic fibrosis is not contagious, but there is the risk of cross-infection among people who have cystic fibrosis, or those who are at genetic risk for the disease. Colman's parents say their son poses no risk to other students and are fighting the school's decision. They are waiting for a court ruling next Thursday. The schools claims that Colman must be removed because a number of other students at the school already have the disease and there is a risk of cross-contamination. The school gave no reason why those students were not a threat to each other.
DevilDog2531 Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 6:00 PM
Colman's parents disclosed Colman's genetic condition on a school medical form, but did not expected the school to ban their son.

Colman's mother Jennifer Chadam told the San Francisco Chronicle: "They made this decision without seeing one medical record on my son. If I felt Colman was a risk to others, I would move him. I don't want anyone to get sick."

Colman told the 'Today' show: "I was sad but at the same time I was mad because I understood that I hadn't done anything wrong. It feels like I'm being bullied in a way that is not right."

Nationally, Gallup held fairly steady today, with Romney leading by six among likely voters; Rasmussen has it tied, with data suggesting a small Romney bump is probably on the way.  A new Gravis nationwide poll has Romney leading 46-44, despite a D+8 sample.  The GOP nominee leads independents by eight points in that survey.  PPP's DailyKos/SEIU tracker has Obama up one, thanks to strong youth support.  (Romney leads every other age group, and young voters are the least likely cohort to vote this year). But what about those crucial battleground states?  Here are quick flashes from around the...