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March 13, 2007

House Bill 207: Changes to Compulsory Attendance and Truancy Laws

Author:
Representative Eric K. Hutchings

Summary:
House Bill 207 makes substantive changes to Utah's compulsory attendance and truancy laws.

Status:

12/6/2006Bill assigned to staff for fiscal analysis
12/7/2006Bill sent to agencies for fiscal input
12/20/2006Numbered bill made available for public distribution
1/9/2007(House) Received from General Counsel
1/13/2007Fiscal note sent to sponsor
1/15/2007Fiscal note sent to floor
1/15/2007(House) Sent to printing with fiscal note
1/15/2007(House) Read first time (Introduced)
1/15/2007(House) Referred to House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee
1/16/2007(House) Received bill with fiscal note from print
1/17/2007(House) Favorable recommendation made by House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committees
1/17/2007(House) Read second time
1/23/2007(House) Read third time
1/23/2007(House) Amended
1/23/2007(House) Passed 3rd reading
1/23/2007(House) Sent to Senate
1/24/2007(Senate) Introduced
1/26/2007(Senate) Referred to Senate Education Committee
2/1/2007(Senate) Favorable recommendation from Education Committee
2/8/2007(Senate) Read Second time
2/8/2007(Senate) Passed second reading
2/9/2007(Senate) Read third time
2/9/2007(Senate) Passed third reading
2/9/2007(Senate) Signed by President, sent to House
2/9/2007(House) Received from Senate
2/9/2007(House) Signed by Speaker, sent for enrolling
2/9/2007Bill received from House for enrolling
2/13/2007Draft of enrolled bill prepared
3/05/2007Enrolled bill returned to House or Senate
3/6/2007(House) Enrolled bill to printing
3/6/2007To Governor
3/8/2007Governor signed

Action Requested:
None. House Bill 207 does not substantively affect homeschoolers.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.

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Bill Text (enrolled)

Bill History