Md. students take on role of lobbyists

03/3/2013 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

More than 240 students in Maryland took an active role in state government recently during the Lobbying Day, held by the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils. Students visited Annapolis, where they lobbied lawmakers, participated in a mock election and expressed concerns about issues including graduation requirements and social media. "We understand principals might want access to social media accounts in certain situations, but there needs to be a level of privacy," said eighth-grade student Carolyn Williams.

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