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Eight ads you might have seen on school buses if the proposed bill hadn't failed in the Utah legislature.

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Eight ads you might have seen on the sides of school buses if the proposed bill hadn't failed in the Utah legislature:

8. "Have one of these little bastards? Write 'em off!" (H&R Block)

7. "Don't have one of these little bastards? Congratulations!" (Planned Parenthood)

6. "The 10th grade's most trusted news team" (KSL 5)

5. "They can't all be doctors ... or bartenders" (DeVry University)

4. "El maestro que lo obliga aprender inglés? iLlámeme!" (Valdez & Associates)

3. "Smart kids don't smoke. But the cool kids do" (Marlboro)

2. "Send a child to college: Throw some singles at mommy tonight" (Southern Xposure)

1. "Utah's most juvenile lists!" (City Weekly)

Bill Frost:

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