Bill aims to encourage North Dakota teens to donate blood

A bill has been introduced in the North Dakota legislature that would allow 17-year-olds to donate blood without the need for parental consent. Many states that have passed similar legislation "have experienced a doubling, if not tripling, of participations at high schools," a United Blood Services representative said.

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