HARRISONBURG – A bill to make sign language an accepted substitute for a foreign language credit for admission at Virginia’s colleges and universities passed the Senate on Monday and is headed to the governor’s office.
Introduced by Del. Richard “Dickie” Bell, R-Staunton, the proposed legislation previously passed the House of Delegates.
Gov. Bob McDonnell, a Republican, must sign the bill for it to become law.
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