In Class “Bill” Assignment

Bill: To require cursive writing to be taught in elementary school

Explanation: It’s fairly self explanatory. It was introduced by Representative K. Hendren. He wanted it to be required to teach cursive writing in elementary school. 66% of the House voted for. Only one senator voted against. This meant that the bill was passed and is to be enrolled.

Fayetteville State Representative Greg Leding voted against.

Fayetteville Senator Jon Woods voted for.

Leads:

Representative Hendren introduced a bill on Jan. 12 to require cursive writing to be taught in elementary schools.

Arkansas introduced a bill that requires cursive writing to be taught in elementary schools. The bill was introduced by state representative Kim Hendren on Jan. 12.

A bill requiring cursive writing to be taught in elementary schools was introduced by state representative Kim Hendren on Jan. 12.

Source: arkleg.state.ar.us

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