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House bill makes schools check for sex offenders

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The House is expected to pass legislation requiring public school systems to conduct criminal background checks on teachers and other employees to make sure they haven't been convicted of sexual offenses against children or other violent crimes. House approval was expected Tuesday. The measure would bar schools from hiring or employing people convicted of sex crimes against minors or felonies...

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