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February 25, 2015
AZ nonprofit wants to require American high schoolers to pass civics exam based on citizenship test; last week IA legislature said, "No thanks".
"A plan to require students in all 50 states to pass a civics exam to graduate from high school hit a speed bump in Iowa last week when a bill to mandate the test was scrapped for the session. The effort mirrored movements in other states, including Alaska, South Dakota, Tennessee and Utah. Governors in Arizona and North Dakota have already signed such bills into law." -- Associated Press