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Senate Bill 2700: An Act Requiring Provision of Meningococcal Disease Information
This bill will require public and nonpublic schools to annually provide information to parents about meningococcal disease. The State Department of Education would have to provide this information to home schools "with which they have contact." Neither current law nor this bill requires any contact by the Department with home schools. It appears that this bill would only apply if the Department had occasion to have contact with home schools. HSLDA does not oppose this legislation.
|1/16/2006||Introduced and referred to Education Committee and the Public Health and Welfare Committee|
|1/26/2006||"Do Pass" Committee substitute|
|2/1/2006||Committee substitute adopted; amendment failed; and passed|
|2/3/2006||Transmitted to House|
|2/8/2006||Referred to Education Committee|
|3/7/2006||Amended and passed|
|3/8/2006||Returned for concurrence|
|3/16/2006||Concurred; insurance amendment from House|
|3/20/2006||Enrolled bill signed in the Senate|
|3/21/2006||Enrolled bill signed in the House; Due from Governor 3/2/2006|
|3/27/2006||Approved by the Governor|
None at this time.
HSLDA does not oppose this legislation.
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