Paul Kitagaki Jr. / Sacramento Bee file

A new California state law limits the number of times middle school and high school football teams can engage in full-contact practices, with the goal of reducing the number of injuries players suffer.

Poll: Do you agree with California law limiting full-contact football practices?

Published: Tuesday, Jul. 22, 2014 - 11:03 am

Attempting to reduce the number of injuries - particularly brain injuries - suffered by athletes playing football in middle and high school, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law legislation limiting the number of full-contact practices in which teams at those levels may engage. Is it an effective approach to improving the game’s safety?

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