H. D.
February 1992
Education Week;2/12/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p19
The article reports developments related to legislative bills on education in the U.S. House members in West Virginia are arguing over a bill to allow the sale of soft drinks in schools. The Assembly in California approved a bill allowing girls to compete for sports on boys' sports teams, but not vice versa. Governor George S. Mickelson of South Dakota criticized a House bill calling on the schools to teach the value of sexual abstinence.


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