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Senate Bill 50: Homeschool Student Access to Special Education Services
Senator Jim Brochin
Requires that a child with a disability in a homeschool setting be given the same consideration as a child with a disability in a private school setting for the purpose of the provision of specified federally authorized special education services.
|1/11/2008||(Senate) First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs|
|1/16/2008||(Senate) Hearing Jan. 23 at 2:30 p.m.|
|2/5/2008||(Senate) Favorable Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs|
|2/6/2008||(Senate) Favorable Report Adopted|
|2/6/2008||(Senate) Third Reading Passed (45-0)|
|2/6/2008||(House) First Reading Ways and Means|
|4/1/2008||(House) Hearing In House Ways and Means Committee|
This bill failed to leave the House Ways and Means Committee, and is now dead.
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