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Mich. Lawmakers Push for Physical Education Requirements to Combat Child Obesity

According to Up North Live, Michigan lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would set a minimum requirement for physical education in grades K-8. The goal is to help combat the nation's growing child obesity problem. "If you can start at a young age and keep their interest going as they get older, then they can understand [how] important physical activity is," Mike Loper, Ottawa Elementary School teacher said.

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