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Bill would require CPR Training in Kentucky schools

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A bill that would give high school students in Kentucky the chance to learn CPR is on its way to Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's desk. Do you think CPR should be taught in public schools?

Posted by WPSD-TV on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
FRANKFORT, KY (AP) -

The Kentucky state House and Senate are sending a bill to Governor Matt Bevin's desk that would require public school students receive basic CPR training in high school. The bill passed both chambers without debate.

The training could be given as part of health or physical education courses or during a Junior ROTC course.

Republican Sen. Max Wise, the bill's lead sponsor, has said basic CPR skills learned in school could help save lives.
    
 

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