AED Legal Analysis for Rhode Island

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An AED is required at health clubs with CPR/AED trained employees.
Some (not specified) elementary and secondary school students must receive CPR and AED training.
Good Samaritan protection for rescuer who has been CPR/AED trained and for premises owner and lessee. Untrained users may not be covered.
Students must receive CPR/AED training before graduation.

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