State House Decides not to Resuscitate CPR Classes
From: The Salt Lake Tribune
The House chose Monday not to resuscitate a bill to fund teaching CPR in Utah high schools.
It voted 29-38 to kill HB307, which would have spent $200,000 a year to restart a program to provide training and mannequins to teach CPR in health classes. Its sponsor, Rep. Carol Moss, D-Holladay, said that program ended in 2008 when funding for it disappeared.
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