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By William Croyle
The Kentucky Enquirer
A bill that would allow advertising on school buses could go to a vote in the House this week.
House Bill 30, proposed by Rep. Terry Mills, D-Lebanon, and co-sponsored by six other legislators, would enable school district’s to sell exterior advertising on buses.
Similar legislation proposed last year passed the House but died in the Senate.
The bill would prohibit the advertising of alcohol and tobacco products, and political or campaign messages.
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