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April 24, 2013USA | By: MDN
The bill working it's way through the Missouri General Assembly would forbid public colleges or universities from making National Guard members take an exam if they have just returned from active duty or a training exercise.
Guard members would have to be given a day of rest before they sit for an exam. The bill's sponsor is Representative Charlie Davis, a U.S. Navy veteran. Davis says Guard members come back from assignments too exhausted to do well on a test.