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March 15, 2014 7:12 PM

S.C. House’s decision to cut funding to schools for assigned reading ‘a new frontier,’ one critic says

Some S.C. legislators are trying to teach public colleges a lesson in a way few ever can recall being done before, and worries are spreading that schools could face more penalties in the future for the books they choose.

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