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It failed in the Senate – and this was even after a committee amendment gutted both the requirement that every school board adopt a policy related to teen dating violence and the statewide data collection system to compile reports of teen dating violence.After 28 days of freedom, a posse arrives to retrieve her and her children under the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, which gave slave owners the right to pursue slaves across state borders.Sethe kills her two-year-old daughter rather than allow her to be recaptured and taken back to Sweet Home, the Kentucky plantation from which Sethe recently fled.Actress Jennifer Garner, testifies before the Senate Education Committee to discuss Save the Children's early childhood and literacy programs in Kentucky, Tuesday, February 9, 2016, at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky. -Actress Jennifer Garner used her fame Tuesday to draw attention to a small part of the Kentucky state budget she says makes a big difference."I'm here because I believe so much in Save the Children's early childhood programs, and I am hoping that you will continue to support them," said Garner, a trustee of the international charitable organization Save the Children.Garner was joined by Mark Shriver, president of the Save the Children Action Network, to urge Kentucky legislators at a Senate Education Committee hearing to support continued funding of an annual 1,400 state budget appropriation for Save the Children literacy programs.Garner, who lives in Owensboro, is married (Becky) and has four children (Megan, Burke, Alex and Bobby).