Colorado Physical Activity Legislation Heads to Governor for Signature

Members of the Colorado House and Senate came to an agreement on a bill that would require daily physical activity in elementary schools. The legislation would require 30 minutes of daily physical activity in public elementary schools through recess, physical education, or active field trips. On April 11, 2011 the legislation went to the governor’s desk to either be signed into law or vetoed. Read more about the bill and its journey on Denver’s CBS station and on Elobbyist.com.  Hopefully other states will follow suit.


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