Arizona school districts can offer bus and web site space for advertising, but it appears few in the East Valley are seeing a big impact from the state's law, reports the East Valley Tribune. Lawmakers changed Arizona's statute in the last two years to allow districts to sell the advertising space. The Chandler Unified School District is looking into it "a little bit," spokesman Terry Locke said. But instead of outside companies' messages on buses to be seen as they make their daily rounds, Locke said the district has used buses to advertise the district's own message. "If this...

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