Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation to help schools reduce the number and severity of sports-related student concussions.
The bills require coaches to immediately remove a player from a game if they suspect a concussion.
Coaches, players, and parents will also have access to new information and training materials about serious head injuries.
Senator John Proos sponsored one of the bills. He says the state needs to be in position to provide the best and most up-to-date information to schools and parents.
“Every time we answer a question about traumatic brain injury or concussions, we learn that there are ten more questions that come up,” he said.
The bills easily made their way through the state Legislature last month.
Michigan is now one of many states that have passed anti-concussion legislation.