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Senate File 2036: Drivers License Issuance or Possession School Enrollment Requirement
Representatives Michel, Stumpf, Olson, Hann, and Wiger.
This bill ties drivers licenses to school attendance to keep children from dropping out before 18.
|02/16/2004||(S) INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING|
|02/16/2004||(S) REFERRED TO CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY|
|02/23/2004||(S) WITHDRAWN AND RE-REFERRED TO EDUCATION|
Please contact members of the Senate Education Committee. Say, "Tying drivers licenses to school attendance undermines legitimate homeschoolers. Please vote no on SF 2036."
Michele M. Bachmann
Sandra L. Pappas
Jane B. Ranum
LeRoy A. Stumpf
David J. Tomassoni
Oppose. Although this bill has little direct effect on homeschoolers, its indirect effects are quite serious. Other states with similar legislation have seen a surge in "fake homeschoolers" who pretend to be homeschooling when they have really simply dropped out. Homeschoolers are hurt when dropouts use homeschooling as a cover for their own misconduct.
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