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Senate Bill 102: An Act to Expand the Compulsory Attendance Age
Senators Davis, McGuirebr
This bill would raise the upper limit of compulsory attendance age from 16 to 18 or graduation from high school. HSLDA opposes any expansion of state control over education.
|2/6/2009||(Senate) Read the first time—referrals||2/6/2009||(Senate) Education, Judiciary, Finance||2/6/2009||(Senate) Referred to Education||2/23/2009||(Senate) Education at 8 a.m., Beltz 211||2/23/2009||(Senate) Heard and held||3/13/2009||(Senate) Education meeting at 8 a.m., Beltz Room 211||3/13/2009||(Senate) Moved S.B. 102 Out of Committee||3/16/2009||(Senate) Education Committee recommended a new title||3/16/2009||(Senate) Referred to Judiciary Committee||3/27/2009||(Senate) Judiciary Committee meeting at 1:30 p.m., Beltz Room 211||3/27/2009||(Senate) Moved out of committee||3/30/2009||(Senate) Judiciary Committee recommended new title||3/30/2009||(Senate) Signing do pass: Senator McGuire||3/30/2009||(Senate) Signing no recommendation: Senator French, Chair; Senator Therriault||3/30/2009||(Senate) Fiscal Note No. 1, Department of Education and Early Development||3/30/2009||(Senate) Referred to the Finance Committee|
Bill died when legislatured adjourned.
This bill should be opposed.
None at this time.
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