State legislation intended to help college students get a better deal on textbooks won final approval in the Virginia General Assembly Feb. 22.

The bill, sponsored by Del. Glenn Oder, R-Newport News, was in a package of uncontested measures passed by the Senate 40-0. The bill had previously won unanimous approval in the House and now needs only Gov. Mark R. Warner's signature to become law.

The measure requires public colleges to disclose the titles of required books as soon as the campus bookstore receives the list, giving students enough

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