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March 20, 2006

Senate Bill 1667: Math Proficiency as a Requirement for Attaining a Driver's License

Author:
Senator Wilcoxson

Summary:
Oklahoma law currently requires that people applying for a driver's license or permit and who are under 18 attend school and show proficiency in reading. This bill would also require that a proficiency in mathematics be proven.

Status:

2/6/2006(Senate) First Reading in Senate
2/7/2006(Senate) Second Reading in Senate
2/7/2006(Senate) Referred to Appropriations/Sub-Education
2/23/2006(Senate) No report from committee by deadline—bill is dead

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

Action Requested:
None requested at this time.

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