22News: Lawmakers wear red at Massachusetts State House in support of women’s heart health

Dozens of lawmakers gathered at the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday wearing red attire to raise awareness of heart disease in women, in solidarity with the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement.

The event was held in collaboration with the Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators. Senate President Karen Spilka shared her personal story of recovering from a stroke and State Rep. Christine Barber emphasized the importance of learning CPR.

Watch coverage of the from 22News State House reporter Ellen Fleming.