Calif. lawmakers aim to restrict football practices to cut concussions

06/20/2014 | Reuters

Concerns that concussions could lead to brain damage among high-school athletes led California lawmakers to aim to limit Thursday the number of football practices wherein students can tackle one another. "We have a multitude of evidence that this does not just affect professional athletes, but that younger kids who are still developing are just as susceptible," said Democratic Assemblyman Ken Cooley, author of the bill.

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