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Iowa lawmakers are considering a law which would make preschool attendance a matter of state law. The bill, approved by the state house would not require all kids to go to preschool, but it would require kids enrolled in the state's "voluntary" preschool program to attend regularly. Parents could still choose to take their kids out of the classes if they wanted to. The program was started back in 2007. The bill now moves on to the state senate.