Indiana textbook fees at issue

A bill approved by Indiana's House Education Committee on Wednesday would eliminate the textbook-rental fee that parents with children in public school pay and would shift that cost to the state. Opponents, however, say the state can't afford to foot the $76 million annual cost.

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