July 2002
State Legislatures;Jul2002, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p14
Deals with the move of a California Assembly committee to vote on a bill which would set maximum weight standards for textbooks in the state. Impact of heavy backpacks on the health of students; Rampancy of backpack-related injuries among students; Reason for the removal of lockers in many schools which led to the use of backpacks.


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