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The Senate passed a bill to create a commission, made up of educational professionals and parents, to create new standards to replace Common Core. The body of lawmakers spent upwards of one and a half hours discussing an amendment to the bill proposed by Sen. Angela Hill, R-Picayune (pictured), that would bind the state to the commission’s recommendations. Photo courtesy Mississippi Senate

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