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Teaching students CPR as well as ABC

New Hampshire Legislature to Decide CPR in Schools.

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New Hampshire is one of a handful of states that has not yet required all students learn the lifesaving skill of CPR before graduating high school. Senate Bill 523 - FN, seeks to accomplish that goal of the American Heart Association, this legislative session. The bill would add the instruction of CPR skills training to the high school health class required of all NH public school students. The bill is expected to be scheduled for a hearing date soon, and You're The Cure advocates will be receiving messages on how they can urge their Senators to support the bill.

 

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