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A Tell Your Friends Email Template



The ActOut Campaign encourages its supporters to get the word out to friends and family, by sending out this email which describes the need for at least 30 minutes of physical education a day. ...

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Slideshow Presentation on San Antonio’s Plans for Complete Streets



This illustrative slideshow presentation created by the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association explains how Complete Streets policies have taken effect, and will continue to be implemented in San Antonio, Texas. The importance of tracking the success of Complete Street policies, a timeline, list of leaders involved, pictures of complete streets, and plans for soon-to-be complete streets are also ...

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A Bill to Keep State Parks in California Open



This bill (AB 1478) prohibits the California Parks and Recreation department from closing or proposing the closure of a state park during the 2012–13 and 2013–14 fiscal years. Read the full legislation here. ...

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AB 1915



The text to Assembly Bill 1915, approved by the California State Senate in order to encourage the development of safe walking routes to school, for children. ...

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AB 441



The text to AB 441 which would create improvements in transportation planning in order to promote health equity. ...

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About FitnessGram



This is the official website of FitnessGram the tool employed by Texas schools and schools across the country to assess, report, and educate its users about the need for everyday activity. ...

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About Mass in Motion



This website gives an overview of how Mass in Motion was formed, who its partners are, and how the initiative has helped support policy change and prevention. ...

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ACE food distribution program helps Houston-area families make nutritious choices



Houston's local news highlights the ACE program at KIPP Explore Academy. ...

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Active Living Plan for a Healthier San Antonio



Check out the city of San Antonio's Active Living Plan here! This plan, which is modeled after the National Physical Activity Plan, is one of the first local level plans ever developed to encourage citizens to engage in various forms of physical activity. Learn more about the process that went into developing this plan from this slideshow presentation, presented by Laura Esparza, of the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR), at the 2014 Active Living ...

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