Thursday, April 7, 2011

ASL Bill Rejected

Virginia's governor has decided not to sign a bill passed by the state legislature that would allow ASL meet a high school foreign language credit and be accepted at state colleges. The measure was passed by the House in a 95-3 vote and breezed through the Senate by a 34-6 margin. Governor Bob McDonnell reportedly wanted some language changed in the bill and will reconsider it later. Lawmakers could approve the changes as soon as next week.

1 comment:

LARRY said...

would be nice if you could show a link to an article related to this blog posting