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D.C. tries to boot animals from classrooms

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The District government threatened to seize animals from elementary school classrooms in Northeast Washington, prompting outrage from DC Public Schools and emergency legislation by a city lawmaker. In a Sept. 5 letter obtained by The Washington Examiner, the D.C. Department of Health told the principal of Miner Elementary School she had to remove eight species -- including frogs, tapdoles and...

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