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Cheryl L. Grossman
Nathan H. Manning
 

Requires cardiopulmonary resuscitation training to graduate from high school

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To amend sections 103.45, 103.48, 103.50, 311.01, 3301.54, 3311.191, 3313.60, 3313.617, 3313.662, 3313.717, 3314.03, 3314.08, 3317.03, 3317.064, 3317.25, 3326.11, 3328.24, 4109.06, 4510.32, 4709.04, 4723.651, 4723.74, 4735.09, 4747.10, 4758.46, 4758.47, 4779.13, 4779.25, 5104.035, 5104.036, 5107.281, 5107.40, 5107.60, 5107.62, 5120.031, and 5126.201; to amend, for the purpose of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, section 3313.617 (3301.81); to enact new section 103.49 and sections 3301.80, 3313.6021, 3313.6023, and 3314.103; and to repeal section 103.49 of the Revised Code to require public schools to provide students with instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator, to require training for certain school employees in the use of an automated external defibrillator, to revise the law regarding the Joint Education Oversight Committee, high school equivalency tests, and the awarding of certificates of high school equivalence, and to make other revisions regarding the operation of primary and secondary schools.

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September 14, 2016

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