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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2002 S1M-2971

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S1M-2971 Janis Hughes (Glasgow Rutherglen) (Lab) : National Epilepsy Week, 19-25 May 2002— That the Parliament notes that 19-25 May 2002 is National Epilepsy Week, recognises the excellent work being done by the Glasgow based Epilepsy Action Scotland in supporting those with epilepsy, notes that there are almost 30,000 people with epilepsy in Scotland, and calls upon the Scottish Executive to support those with epilepsy by providing high standards of medical care and easy access to information and by working to end the discrimination and stigma suffered by people with epilepsy.

Supported by: Karen Whitefield, Brian Adam, Scott Barrie, Robert Brown, Bill Butler, Colin Campbell, Mr Alex Fergusson, Mr Brian Fitzpatrick, Mr Kenneth Gibson, Christine Grahame, Rhoda Grant, Mr Keith Harding, Gordon Jackson, Margaret Jamieson, Marilyn Livingstone, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Mr Michael Matheson, Mr John McAllion, Mrs Lyndsay McIntosh, Ms Fiona McLeod, Des McNulty, David Mundell, Mr Gil Paterson, Mrs Nora Radcliffe, Ms Sandra White, Cathie Craigie, Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, Dorothy-Grace Elder, Mr Frank McAveety, Mr Michael McMahon, Bristow Muldoon, Mrs Elaine Smith, Mr Murray Tosh, Mr Andrew Welsh, Ms Sarah Boyack, Ms Linda Fabiani, Maureen Macmillan, Mr George Reid, Michael Russell, Mary Scanlon, Ms Elaine Thomson, Mr David Davidson, Dr Sylvia Jackson, Tommy Sheridan, Mrs Kay Ullrich, Mr Adam Ingram, Mr Lloyd Quinan, Karen Gillon, Mr Robin Harper, Donald Gorrie

Lodged on 10 April 2002; not current as of 18 June 2002

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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2002 S1M-2971

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General description Motions and Amendments. See http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/business/motionsAndAmendments/index.htm

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