INDIANAPOLIS — Few schools in Indiana have health clinics to serve the needs of their students on campus, but Sen. Andy Zay said the corporations don’t have any operating guidelines or requirements for parental involvement — something his proposed legislation would remedy.

Just 48 of the state’s estimated 1,770 schools have school-based health clinics but, without regulations, no two clinics are alike. Zay, R-Huntington, introduced a bill Wednesday before the Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions Committee that wouldn’t require schools to operate such a clinic but would set out requirements for schools that have them.