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The president of the Tennessee Education Association has asked Gov. Bill Haslam to veto the collaborative conferencing bill passed by the General Assembly last week.
“On behalf of the 52,000 members of the TEA, I would ask that you show your support for responsible education reform by vetoing this legislation,” TEA President Gera Summerford wrote to the governor.
Despite her plea, the bill is still destined to become law because a spokeswoman for Haslam said he would sign the legislation.
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