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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    Not true, especially the ones that ban gum in classrooms.
    Actually, this happens overwhelmingly more often where gum is banned - students chew it either way, but where it's banned, they can't walk over to the bin to dispose of it.
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    Actually, this happens overwhelmingly more often where gum is banned - students chew it either way, but where it's banned, they can't walk over to the bin to dispose of it.
    Exactly.
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    Actually, this happens overwhelmingly more often where gum is banned - students chew it either way, but where it's banned, they can't walk over to the bin to dispose of it.
    If that's the case, Nigel's school should have lots of gum underneath desks, as his school bans gum in classrooms. Yet I don't think that's the case. The thing is, if schools cannot select who they take in, they'll be letting in students that have lots of problems.
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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    If that's the case, Nigel's school should have lots of gum underneath desks, as his school bans gum in classrooms. Yet I don't think that's the case. The thing is, if schools cannot select who they take in, they'll be letting in students that have lots of problems.
    I daresay Nigel's school has a lot more money to throw at unnecessary cleaning than most.
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    This bill is in cessation.
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    This bill has been withdrawn.
 
 
 
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