A “parent-trigger” bill pushed by former Gov. Jeb Bush was among several classroom measures Thursday that cleared the Florida House over opposition from Democrats who warned against the expanding role of for-profit schools and online companies.
The trigger bill, recast after failing last year in the Senate, was approved 68-51 by the House following free-swinging debate.
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