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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL ROUNDUP: Assembly passes bill lifting the 180-day restriction for public schools

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MADISON -- Wisconsin public schools would no longer have to open their classrooms for 180 days a year, under a bill passed by the state Assembly. The measure was sent to Governor Scott Walker yesterday on a voice vote, after the Senate approved it earlier. Schools would still have minimum classroom hours that vary according to grade levels.
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