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D.C. allows school to keep classroom pets

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An elementary school in Northeast Washington will be able to keep 37 classroom pets that health regulators tried to expel from the campus, after the D.C. Council signed off on emergency legislation Wednesday that clarifies the status of the animals under the law. "The school will be reassured that [for] classroom animals, whether it be a guinea pig or a rabbit or even a snake, the city isn't...

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