Miami Republican Rep. Michael Bileca, the current House Education Committee chairman, has long opposed a proposed state mandate that would require school districts to offer recess daily.
Miami Republican Rep. Michael Bileca, the current House Education Committee chairman, has long opposed a proposed state mandate that would require school districts to offer recess daily. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times
Miami Republican Rep. Michael Bileca, the current House Education Committee chairman, has long opposed a proposed state mandate that would require school districts to offer recess daily. Scott Keeler Tampa Bay Times

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