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D.C. bill to crack down on truants' parents faces opposition

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A public hearing Tuesday on a D.C. Council bill that would allow the city to lock up the parents of the city's worst truants will feature opposition from child advocacy groups and parents who see the bill as well-intentioned but flawed. To avoid potential jail time, the bill would allow parents to indicate that they were unable to get their children to attend school, allowing the District...