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Making high school football safe
Frank Cutinella, whose son died during a football game, explains that changing the fundamentals of how safety is looked at for high school football can cause a significant change. He says "everyone needs to be accountable for their actions on the football field" and that rules should be enforced. Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., joins the conversation to talk about the High School Football Safety Study Act.
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