A controversial requirement that all Maine school employees submit to fingerprinting and criminal background checks came under attack May 23 when the House voted to repeal the law, the Portland Press Herald reported.

Led by a group of lawmakers who were not in office when the Legislature enacted the law four years ago, the House voted 79-45 to abandon the program.

The bill will now go to the Senate. If it is successful in


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