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May 10, 2004

House Bill 756: Miscellaneous Changes to Education Law

Sponsor:
Committee on Education.

Summary:
This bill makes many small changes, including one that protects homeschool privacy.

Status:

03/09/2004(H) 1ST READING
03/11/2004(H) 2ND READING - PASSED
03/12/2004(H) PASSED
03/12/2004(H) PASSED
03/12/2004(S) 1ST READING
03/12/2004(S) IN EDUCATION
03/12/2004(H) 3RD READING - PASSED
03/12/2004(H) PASSED
03/12/2004(S) 1ST READING
03/12/2004(S) IN EDUCATION
03/11/2004(H) 2ND READING - PASSED
03/12/2004(H) 3RD READING - PASSED
03/12/2004(S) ASSIGNED TO EDUCATION
04/07/2004(S) EDUCATION REPORT FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENT
04/15/2004(S) 2ND READING - AMEND
04/16/2004(S) 3RD READING - PASSED
04/21/2004HOUSE AND SENATE AGREEMENT
04/30/2004SENT TO GOVERNOR
05/06/2004GOVERNOR'S ACTION: SIGNED

Action Requested:
None at this time. This bill has been signed by the governor, and is now Vermont law.

HSLDA's Position:
Support. Vermont homeschoolers have no privacy rights under current law. This bill would correct that problem.

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