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Ken Klippenstein
SCOOP: DHS to train high schoolers in "proper bleeding control techniques" in preparation for "mass casualty events," federal docs I found show. “Similar to how students learn health education and driver’s ed, they must learn proper bleeding control."
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Ken Klippenstein 13 Aug 18
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Tired: Ending school shootings Wired: Adapting to school shootings
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J.D. 13 Aug 18
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Normal country
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OrionTheHunter 13 Aug 18
....yeah?
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Aequanimitas 13 Aug 18
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I mean... It's not necessarily a bad thing to teach everyone emergency first aid and CPR. I don't like the reason why or the organization doing the teaching. But the teaching itself could save lives.
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Joel Prosser 13 Aug 18
Well, yeah. “Thoughts and prayers” are better than actual actions after a shooting, so applied proactively DURING a shooting they must work even better
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Wulfsethen 13 Aug 18
Because the point isn’t to educated them, it’s to be able to say “See? We’ve got this. We don’t need your silly gun control.”
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