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(Olympia, WA)  --  Washington schools currently aren't required to teach cursive writing, but a bill being offered by state Senator Pam Roach would change that.  The Auburn Republican says the measure has bipartisan support.  Roach tells KING-5 if children aren't taught cursive they can't read historic documents written in cursive.  The bill is expected to be introduced during the session that starts Monday.

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