House Bill 1021: Improving School Attendance

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Last Updated: May 28, 2013
House Bill 1021: Improving School Attendance
Sponsors:
Representative Fields, Senator Hudak
Summary:

House Bill 1021 reforms enforcement of compulsory attendance laws and improves due process protections for parents facing charges of truancy.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

1/9/2013     (House)     Introduced and Referred to House Education Committee
2/4/2013     (House)     Passed Education Committee, Referred to Appropriations Committee
3/1/2013     (House)     Passed Appropriations Committee, Referred to Committee of the Whole
3/8/2013     (House)     Passed Second Reading
3/11/2013     (House)     Passed Third Reading
3/13/2013     (Senate)     Introduced in Senate and referred to Education Committee
4/30/2013     (Senate)     Referred to Committee of the Whole
5/2/2013     (Senate)     Passed Second Reading
5/3/2013     (Senate)     Passed Senate on Third Reading
5/6/2013     (House)     House Concurs with Senate Amendments
5/28/2013     (Governor)     Governor Signed

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