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Loyalty oath won’t be mandatory, Thorpe says he’ll amend bill (access required)

A freshman Republican lawmaker who sponsored a bill making a “constitutional oath” a requirement for high school graduation said he’ll amend the legislation so that the oath is no longer mandatory.

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