Arizona Senate approves bill on CPR training in schools
Arizona public-school students would be required to receive CPR training at least once in grades 7-12 under a bill approved by the state Senate.
The bill by Sen. Barbara McGuire, D-Kearny, is designed to add to the pool of citizens trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. McGuire says most heart attacks happen at home, and having students trained in the lifesaving technique will save lives.
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