Testifying to the Senate Education Committee on Monday March 9, 2015, in support of HB 236 were, from left, Gentry Fitch, 17; Ashton Bishop, 13; Ross Boggess, 18; and Nicole Fielder, 18. Photo by John Cheves | Staff
Testifying to the Senate Education Committee on Monday March 9, 2015, in support of HB 236 were, from left, Gentry Fitch, 17; Ashton Bishop, 13; Ross Boggess, 18; and Nicole Fielder, 18. Photo by John Cheves | Staff
Testifying to the Senate Education Committee on Monday March 9, 2015, in support of HB 236 were, from left, Gentry Fitch, 17; Ashton Bishop, 13; Ross Boggess, 18; and Nicole Fielder, 18. Photo by John Cheves | Staff

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