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Senate Bill 37: Modification to Homeschool Law and Equal Access to Extracurricular Activities
Senator Mark Madsen (R)
Senate Bill 37 requires a local school board to issue an exemption certificate within 30 days of receiving a parent’s homeschool affidavit. It also gives homeschooled students the right, under certain conditions, to participate in public school extracurricular activities.
|1/2/2008||(Senate) Bill Sent to Agencies for Fiscal Input|
|1/21/2008||(Senate) Read First Time (Introduced) and Referred to Education Committee|
|1/24/2008||(Senate) Held in Committee|
|1/28/2008||(Senate) Committee—Amendment Recommendation|
|1/28/2008||(Senate) Committee—Favorable Recommendation|
|1/29/2008||(Senate) Committee Report Amended|
|2/5/2008||(Senate) Second Reading|
|2/11/2008||(Senate) Floor Amendment|
|2/11/2008||(Senate) Passed Second Reading|
|2/12/2008||(Senate) Passed Third Reading|
|2/12/2008||(House) Read First Time (Introduced)|
|2/24/2008||(House) Referred to Education Committee|
|2/27/2008||(House) Committee Returned to Bill Rules Committee|
|3/5/2008||(House) Read Second Time|
|3/5/2008||(House) Enacting Clause Struck|
*To temporarily postpone action on a measure without removing it from its place on the calendar.
Support the deadline for public school districts to issue exemption certificates. Neutral on equal access provisions.
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