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HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — The Huron Valley Schools District says its high school students will not be able to carry their backpacks and large bags to class this year.

According to a letter sent to Lakeland and Milford high schools, the backpacks were considered to be a hazard and make “it difficult for both students and staff to maneuver through the classroom.

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Administrators were also concerned with the weight of backpacks “by carrying around a full day’s worth of materials.”

School officials say the decision does not impact elementary and middle schools because those students already do not take their backpacks to class.

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They say the change has been under consideration for several years as more students enrolled.

Starting this fall, students will be asked to use their assigned lockers between classes.

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"Jessica, hold on a second. He has documents, papers in boxes. The Chinese and the Russians can’t access those boxes of information. But Hillary Clinton’s server is public to the world," Duffy said.

"Guess what: She was punished!" Tarlov interjected. "She lost the election!"

"No, she wasn’t punished," Duffy fired back. "Did they raid her home? Did they come with machine guns to her home?"

"They didn’t need to because she cooperated like a normal human being," Tarlov responded.

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To a point that Tarlov made, Trump signed a law as president to toughen the penalty against former government officials who retain or remove classified information.

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