Md. middle-school students get civics lesson from state legislator

12/19/2012 | Bay Net (Hollywood, Md.), The

It is important to study history because it tends to repeat, said Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. during a visit to Plum Point Middle School. Miller also spent time explaining to the eighth-grade students how the state Legislature passes a bill, using as the example a bill Miller co-sponsored that requires high-school students to pass an exam on government to graduate starting with the Class of 2017.

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