Ohio budget passed by House would bar young students from taking public transportation to school: Michael K. McIntyre's Tipoff | cleveland.com: "In Cleveland, eliminating public transportation for K-5 students would disproportionately hurt the nearly 4,000 homeless students and those who move around the district, estimated at 30 percent of the student population, said Roseanne Canfora, spokeswoman for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District schools. Kids that age are provided traditional yellow buses, unless they have no permanent address. Those kids rely on public transportation."
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