Tennessee bill would get students moving

A proposed bill with strong support in the Tennessee Legislature would require public schools to offer at least 90 minutes a week of physical activity incorporated into classes, with local districts having the power to set their own schedules. While supporters say the bill would combat the state's high rate of obesity, school officials worry that other mandates and resource constraints would make it tough to meet the requirement.

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