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House Bill 1347: Statewide Daytime Curfew
Originally, this bill would have made it a compulsory school attendance violation for a child under 18 years to be in a public place during school hours on a school day. However, the sponsor, Representative Messer, agreed to take the offending language out of the bill. Therefore, this bill, as amended, would no longer impose a statewide daytime curfew.
|01/12/2006||House, Authorized by Rep. Messer.|
|01/12/2006||House, First Reading; referred to House Committee on Education Security|
|01/25/2006||House, Committee meeting, 8:30|
|01/25/2006||House, Committee Report, amend, do pass|
|01/31/2006||House, Second Reading of Bill|
|02/09/2006||Senate, Reassigned to the Committee on Education and Career Development|
|02/16/2006||Senate, Committee Report: Amend do Pass, Adopted|
|02/20/2006||Senate, Second Reading: Ordered Engrossed|
|02/21/2006||Senate, Third Reading: Passed|
|02/21/2006||Senate, Returned to House with Amendments|
|03/06/2006||House, House Concurred in Senate Amendments|
|03/17/2006||Senate, Signed by the President Pro Tempore|
|03/17/2006||House, Signed by the President of the Senate|
|03/20/2006||House, Signed by the Speaker|
|03/24/2006||Signed by the Governor|
We no longer oppose this bill because the offending language has been removed.
None requested at this time.
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