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Ohio Senate OK's Tougher HS Coursework

Ohio Senators Wednesday approved a bill to eventually force all Ohio college-bound high-schoolers to take a beefed-up curriculum, if they want to move directly to a four-year, state-supported university.

But approval of the measure didn't come until there was a vigorous debate among lawmakers. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen was on the senate floor and files this report.