bs0d3 written with an excerpt from an AP article, as worn by NECN.com Missouri senators took a step Wednesday to repeal a controversial law limiting new online conversations between teachers and students, but stirred the opposition of the governor are still trying to mandate schools to adopt their own policies about online discussions and text messages. The action by the Senate Committee on Education has just a few weeks after a judge in Missouri has blocked the new law on Internet communication teachers from taking effect because of concerns that it violates free speech rights .
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