RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed a new law that reins in the use of seclusion and restraint as methods of controlling children in public schools. McAuliffe signed legislation Monday requiring the state Board of Education to develop regulations governing the use of the techniques across Virginia’s 134 school divisions, according to the governor’s spokesman. The legislation had broad support from both chambers of the General Assembly. The measure was prompted by complaints from parents about their disabled children being restrained by several adults, strapped into chairs and locked away in segregated rooms, sometimes emerging with bruises and broken bones.