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Senate Bill 1382: Raises Compulsory Attendance Age
Senator Ed Quick
The Bill provides that every parent or guardian is responsible for enrolling his or her child in school and ensuring attendance until the age of eighteen. It also extends jurisdiction of the juvenile courts to those individuals under the age of eighteen. The bill died because it was not acted upon before the legislative session ended.
|03/01/2004||Introduced and first reading|
|03/04/2004||Second reading and referred to Senate Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Committee|
|04/14/2004||Passed out of Senate Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Committee.|
|06/22/2004||Session ended on May 14, 2004, thus killing the bill.|
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