INTERVIEW: Physical education in Virginia schools

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - It passed the legislature without much trouble. But the debate is far from over.

The General Assembly passed a new law that will require Virginia public schools to provide physical education to students.

State superintendents are now pressuring Governor Bob McDonnell to veto the bill, because they say they don't have the money to pay for the program.

But there are many advocates in support of the measure, including Keenan Caldwell of the American Cancer Society, who joined us on First at Four.

Click the video at right to see the full interview.

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