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Senate Bill 826: Proof of Enrollment in School for Driving Privileges
Requires an applicant for an operator's driver's license or temporary permit who is 15 to 17 years of age to present a diploma or other certificate of graduation issued to such person from an accredited public or any private, parochial, home, or parish high school in this state or any other state. If the applicant cannot provide a diploma, the applicant must provide documentation that they are currently enrolled in either a secondary private or home school program, public school, or state approved course leading to high school equivalence. In case of home schools, the parent shall provide verification of enrollment status on a form provided by the department of revenue. The bill died because it was not acted upon before the legislative session ended.
|01/20/2004||Second reading and referred to Senate Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Committee.|
|05/14/2004||Session ended, thus killing the bill.|
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