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Tired teens could get to sleep in after legislators pass bill requiring later school start times

SACRAMENTO, Calif._A two-year battle to set middle and high school start times at 8:30 a.m. or later was finally put to bed in the Legislature when the measure squeaked through Friday night.

Last year, Senate Bill 328 by Democratic Sen. Anthony Portantino failed to pass the Assembly

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