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D.C. mayor's office opposes David Catania's truancy bill

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The District's attorney general voiced the Gray administration's opposition to a bill that would impose up to five days in jail for parents whose children habitually miss school. During a public hearing Tuesday, Attorney General Irvin Nathan called the Attendance Accountability Amendment Act of 2013 "ill-considered and seriously flawed." Nathan said the District's executive branch does not...

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