SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle School Board voted Wednesday night to allow some commercial advertising on school grounds.
The vote reverses a ban that was imposed in 2004.
KIRO-FM reports ( http://is.gd/lnkrq0) ads now will be allowed at high school sports fields, on scoreboards and on wall calendars.
The ad revenue will go into student activities and the district's general fund.
Information from: KIRO-FM, http://mynorthwest.com/
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