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December 12, 2006

Senate Bill 1332: An Act Regarding Health and Medical Services Requirements

Authors:
Senator Conti

Summary:
This bill would have made minor changes to the health and medical services required for students in a home education program such as the grade levels during which the services are provided. HSLDA saw no reason to oppose this legislation.

Status:

9/22/2006Introduced and referred to Education Committee
9/26/2006Reported as amended and first consideration
9/27/2006Second consideration and referred to Appropriations Committee
10/3/2006Re-reported as committed
10/16/2006Third consideration and final passage
10/18/2006Introduced in the House and referred to Education Committee. Reported as committed, first consideration, and laid on table.
10/24/2006Removed from table, second consideration, and re-referred to Appropriations Committee.
11/13/2006Re-reported as committed.
11/28/2006 This bill died when the Legislature adjourned.

HSLDA’s Position:
HSLDA saw no reason to oppose this legislation.

Action Requested:
None at this time.

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Bill History