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May 2, 2005

Senate Bill 104: An Act Providing for Graduated Driver's Licenses

Authors:
Senators K. Gillan, and G. Golie

Summary:
This was a driver's license bill. One of the requirements for insurance of a learner license is completion of a traffic education course. This course is offered in public schools, but the statutory law does not require public schools to offer this course to homeschool students. This bill should have been amended to permit homeschool students to enroll in these types of courses at the public school.

Status:

12/07/2004Introduced
12/29/2004Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee
01/28/2005Passed as Amended
02/02/2005Transmitted to House
03/01/2005Referred to House Judiciary Committee
03/07/2005House Judiciary Committee Hearing
04/02/2005House Executive Committee Action: bill concurred as amended
4/11/2005Returned to Senate with amendments
4/13/2005Passed as amended by House and enrolled
4/15/2005Signed by Speaker and President
4/16/2005Transmitted to Governor
4/20/2005Signed by Governor

HSLDA Position:
HSLDA opposed this legislation.

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