By a 69-27 vote, the House approved the bill by Democratic state
Rep. Terry Mills of Lebanon.
Mills said the intent of his bill is to give school districts
the option as a means of raising revenue. He emphasized that the
measure "does not mandate a change."
Rep. Brad Montell, a Shelbyville Republican, said that
schoolchildren are "bombarded with advertising" already.
Montell also said that having ads on the sides of school buses
could be a distraction to other drivers.
Mills said the proposal would be good for businesses, good for
schools and good for Kentucky.
The legislation is House Bill 30.
(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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