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RICHMOND, Va.(WTVR) – The so-called “Tebow bill” won’t become law this year.

A Virginia senate  committee voted the  legislation down Thursday. The bill, named after pro-football player Tim Tebow, would have allowed home-schooled students to play sports in public schools.

Tebow was home-schooled up until college. This is the second year in a row the bill died in senate chambers.