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Should LAUSD's Voting Age be Lowered to 16?

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Students arrive at a Los Angeles Unified school in December 2015. (Ringo Chiu/AFP/Getty Images)

The Los Angeles Unified School Board will hear arguments today on lowering the voting age for their board elections from 18 to 16.

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