Brooklyn Assemblyman Felix Ortiz, supporters renew fight for Briana’s Law

The bill would require law enforcement officers to

The bill would require law enforcement officers to take CPR training every two years. (February 10, 2014 8:48 AM)

A local assemblyman is renewing the fight for legislation that would require law enforcement officers to take CPR training every two years. 

Brooklyn Assemblyman Felix Ortiz and other supporters are calling for the passage of Briana's Law, named for 11-year-old Briana Ojeda, who died of a severe asthma attack in 2010 after a responding police officer was unable to perform CPR. 

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