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Prince George's state senators pass watered down school reform bill

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State senators from Prince George's County approved a bill giving County Executive Rushern Baker more control over the county school system, though the proposal is a far cry from Baker's original takeover plans. Under the bill, the system's $1.7 billion in funding would remain in the hands of the county school board. Four new voting members would be added, with the county executive appointing...

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