Brooklyn Councilman Steve Levin proposes Youth Football Safety Act

The law would require a doctor or athletic

The law would require a doctor or athletic trainer to be on site for every game and full contact practice. (January 30, 2014 8:31 AM)

A Brooklyn representative is pushing new legislation to make youth football leagues safer for its players. 

City Councilman Steve Levin has introduced the Youth Football Safety Act, which would require a doctor or athletic trainer to be on site for every youth game and full contact practice citywide. He says it would allow a medical professional to determine if a child received a concussion,...

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