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Ontario students attend signing of new calamity day bill

Story By: Brad Francis



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  Original Published: 3/26/2014

Gov. John Kasich is giving school districts across the state a break. Kasich signed a bill this morning to give schools an extra four calamity days this year. And an Ontario fifth-grade class got a front row seat to the signing ceremony.

Actually, they were standing -- surrounding the governor as he signed the bill into law. Our own Greg Heindel was in Columbus today the big event.

 Coming up tonight on NewsWatch... he'll explain how the Ontario students got their special invitation. It's a great story you won't want to miss -- starting tonight at 5.

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