Looks like health advocates in Michigan are pushing for something useful for once. Legislators are hoping to get CPR training classes to become a requirement in Michigan schools. The idea is to require students to learn CPR and the use of defibrillators sometime between their 7th and 12th grade years. 

As for me personally, I am 100% behind this. For all of the activities that kids get into nowadays, this seems like something we should have done a long time ago. The new legislation has already passed through the Senate and is on to the House next.