New California Bill Would Ban Tackle Football Before High School

The lawmakers who due a check are suggesting young children play dwindle football before high school.

A check introduced Thursday would anathema tackle football before high propagandize in California, according to Patrick McGreevy of a Los Angeles Times.

The “Safe Youth Football Act” was introduced by Kevin McCarty and Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher. The aim of a check is to quell any long-term mind repairs that has been related to a repeated hits in a conduct that take place in football, such as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE.

“The scholarship is clear: conduct injuries postulated during a immature age can mistreat kids for a rest of their lives,” Gonzalez Fletcher pronounced in a statement, according to a Times. “Developing skills by dwindle football before high propagandize is sound open process from a health and reserve standpoint.”

McCarty also remarkable that Jim Brown, Tom Brady, Jerry Rice, Lawrence Taylor and Walter Payton played noncontact football, according to a Times.

Last month, Illinois lawmakers due a check to ban tackle football for children underneath 12-years-old.

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