Advocates Travel To Albany To Urge Passage Of CPR In Schools Bill
Local advocates will join volunteers across the state in Albany tomorrow advocating for the passage of the CPR in Schools bill in New York.
If passed, the bill would require that all high school students know CPR before graduation.
The legislation passed the Senate last year but wasn't voted on in the Assembly.
The American Heart Association says the bill would add thousands of CPR-trained young adults to the community each year.
For more on the bills, visit www.yourethecure.org.