(MCCLATCHY) Congress finally came through for Idaho’s Trevor Schaefer on Tuesday night.
Ending seven years of work for the cancer survivor from Boise, the Senate gave final approval to “Trevor’s Law,” legislation that will require the federal government to document and track childhood and adult cancer clusters in Idaho and around the nation.
The House passed the bill last month. It now goes to President Barack Obama, who’s expected to sign it.
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