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for Popular Government Vol. 4 Issue 8, July 1937
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The 1937 Legislature passed the School Machinery Act and other education-related bills but some provisions of these acts remained unclear. Mr. Grice addressed concerns regarding appointing superintendents, determining the age when children attend school, and complications presented by students learning to drive.
Contemporary laws in 1937 confused law enforcement officers on legal issues concerning alcohol. Topics especially problematic included the transportation of alcohol, the borders between dry and non-dry areas, and what is regarded as alcohol.