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Assembly Bill 64 known as the Graduation Priority Act would make it so that teens seeking to get a drivers license would have to show proof of school attendance or graduation to be allowed to drive. Supporters of the bill say it's aimed at lowering truancy and raising graduation rates by putting incentives on good attendance and grades. But opponents say the plan could back fire and might get kids into trouble with the law more often. The president of the CCSD Board of Trustees joins us to discuss why she thinks the bill will work.
 
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Carolyn Edwards, CCSD Board of Trustees president

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