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House Bill 1790: An Act Increasing the Compulsory Attendance Age
Representatives Bryant; Bordsen; Wainwright; Jones; Brown; Carney; Faison; Rapp; Ross; and Womble
This bill was amended in the House Education Committee and would create a task force to investigation whether or not to raise the compulsory attendance age from 16 to 18. HSLDA opposes any expansion of state control over education.
|4/19/2007||Filed, first reading, and referred to the Committee on Education and, if favorable, to the Appropriations Committee|
|5/22/2007||Committee substitute reported favorable and re-reported to the Appropriations Committee|
|5/24/2007||Passed second and third readings|
|5/29/2007||Received from the House and referred to the Committee on Rules and operations of the Senate|
HSLDA opposes this legislation.
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