Md. bill would allow student refusal of animal dissection

ANNAPOLIS -- State Sen. Ronald Young, D-Frederick and Washington counties, this week proposed legislation requiring that public and nonpublic schools allow students the right to refuse to participate in or observe coursework that involves live or dead animals. Young argued at a hearing Wednesday before the Maryland Senate’s Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs committee that alternative coursework ...

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