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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Aug 2, 2019.
Braeden's Commission: Protect our Athletes from Exertional Heat Stroke
This bill establishes the Commission to Prevent Heat Stroke Deaths.
The commission shall
conduct a study on exertional heat stroke among student athletes at educational institutions across the United States, develop recommendations for the purpose of reducing fatalities from exertional heat stroke among student athletes and guidelines for tracking information to prevent such fatalities, and report to the President and Congress. A federal agency or department that is subject to a recommendation described in the report shall submit to Congress a report containing the agency's plans to address the recommendation.