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Legislature approves mandatory CPR training for high school students

Supporters say the bill making a thirty-minute CPR course a requirement for graduation would save lives. The American Heart Association and American Red Cross endorse the plan and could help cover the cost of instruction.
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Supporters say the bill making a thirty-minute CPR course a requirement for graduation would save lives. The American Heart Association and American Red Cross endorse the plan and could help cover the cost of instruction.

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