Parents spoke to members of the Senate Education Committee to voice support for the Jason Flatt Act, which would require all educators to complete two hours of youth suicide awareness and prevention training every year.
Parents spoke to members of the Senate Education Committee to voice support for the Jason Flatt Act, which would require all educators to complete two hours of youth suicide awareness and prevention training every year. File photo by BO RADER The Wichita Eagle
Parents spoke to members of the Senate Education Committee to voice support for the Jason Flatt Act, which would require all educators to complete two hours of youth suicide awareness and prevention training every year. File photo by BO RADER The Wichita Eagle

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