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May 28, 2014 8:53 PM

Sex-ed update close to dead after GOP senator’s move

Bills that would update the state’s 26-year-old sex education law and require cursive to be taught in elementary schools each received OKs from a Senate Education Committee by 9-2 votes Wednesday. But both proposals likely are dead for this session, each blocked by a single state senator.

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