Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow students to take a financial literacy course to meet graduation requirements in social studies, family and consumer science, mathematics or business education. The bill would not mandate the course but offer students a chance to learn about fiscal responsibility, says the bill's sponsor, Sen. Daniel Laughlin, R-Erie.
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