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Hour B, Segment 4
Virginia Senate sacks Tebow Bill...again
Humorist Albin Sadar: Lost in the great outdoors
A committee of the Virginia state Senate this week voted down the so-called Tebow Bill for the second year in a row. The bill would have given local school boards the option to allow high school homeschoolers to try out for public school sports teams and other extracurricular programs.
Twenty-seven states have existing laws similar to the Tebow bill, providing homeschoolers with opportunities to participate in public school interscholastic activities.
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