ATLANTA (AP) — A bill that would require public schools to meet challenges from materials parents consider obscene is nearing final passage in Georgia.
The State House voted 97-61 on Friday to pass Senate Bill 226. But because the House amended the measure, it must return to the Senate for further consideration.
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