Ohio legislator wants teens to learn CPR for driver’s license

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Teenagers who want a driver’s license would first have to complete a CPR-training course under a bill introduced yesterday by a legislator from Franklin County.

Those younger than 18 would have to show evidence of having successfully completed a first-aid and CPR course approved by the state registrar within one year of the date the person first applies for a driver’s license.

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