Ohio governor signs bill lowering minimum blood donor age

07/8/2009 | WEWS-TV (Cleveland)

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland on Tuesday signed House Bill 67, which allows 17-year-olds in the state to donate blood, as well as 16-year-olds with parental consent. "This legislation will permit healthy young adults to donate blood with minimal restrictions, thereby increasing the accessibility and supply of blood donations during times of need," Strickland said.

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