Settlement Reached to Resume Youth Sports in California

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A settlement reached between the state and youth sports advocates stemming from a lawsuit filed on behalf of two San Diego high school athletes will pave the way for youth sports to resume statewide, it was announced today. Testing will be required for indoor sports, though the settlement announcement included agreements with outside groups to provide testing for school districts at no cost, according to Let Them Play California, the group spearheading the push to resume youth sports. Attorney Stephen Grebing, who represented two local high school football players in the San Diego suit, said indoor sports will be allowed with testing within 48 hours of competition and periodic testing throughout the week. Grebing said the settlement will also allow for a limited num
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