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Missouri House Endorses Student Transfer Bill

(AP) – A proposal to overhaul a Missouri school transfer ... House members limited it to school districts in St. Louis city, St. Louis County and Jackson County and required approval from local voters ... read more

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The filibuster in the Senate also blocked the passage of House Bill 1066 and Senate Bill 10, bills that would have modernized Missouri ... County, and Jackson County. Only established charter schools ... read more

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Reuters explains: A government-sponsored bill approved by 16-13 votes in the Senate provides for regulation of the cultivation ... right there at the door of the schools, on the street corners. It att... read more

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(AP) – A plan aimed at fixing issues with Missouri’s flawed student transfer law won final House passage Tuesday, narrowly scraping enough votes to send the bill to the Senate ... New charter schools ... read more

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