Maryland Looking To Bar Kids' Tackle Football on Public Fields

A bill has been proposed to the Maryland General Assembly that would bar children from participating in tackle football and other contact sports on publicly funded fields until high school. 

Sen. William C. Smith Jr., D-Montgomery County, who filed the bill, told the Baltimore Sun it's not meant to undermine football but instead it's meant to show the state doesn't want to enable an activity that's developmentally detrimental. 

Read the full article here

Photo Getty Images

Ty Bailey

Ty Bailey

Want to know more about Ty Bailey? Get their official bio, social pages & articles on iHeartRadio!


Content Goes Here