Wisconsin schools that refuse to drop Native American logos or mascots that the state superintendent deems discriminatory could face thousands of dollars in forfeitures under a bill approved by the state Assembly. Under the Democratic-authored measure, a school district resident could file a complaint with the state about a race-based school nickname, logo or mascot.
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