House Bill 1490: Prohibits Common Core Implementation


Last Updated: July 15, 2014
House Bill 1490: Prohibits Common Core Implementation
Representative Kurt Bahr (R-102)

This bill prohibits Common Core state education standards from being adopted or implemented without general assembly approval.

HSLDA's Position:
Action Requested:
None at this time

1/16/2014 Introduction and First Reading
1/21/2014 Second Reading
1/29/2014 Referred to the Elementary and Secondary Education Committee.
2/20/2014 Hearing Scheduled for 2/20
2/26/2014 Committee Voted do pass
3/06/2014 House Voted do pass on committee report. Bill referred to House Rules Committee.
3/10/2014 Hearing in the House Rules Committee.
3/10/2014 Reported out of rules committee do pass.
4/08/2014 Taken Up for Perfection
4/08/2014 Perfected with Amendments
4/10/2014 Taken Up for Third Reading in the House
4/10/2014 Third Read and Passed in the House—Yes 132, No 19
4/10/2014 Reported to the Senate and First Read
4/15/2014 Second read and referred: Senate Education
4/16/2014 Public Hearing Held
4/23/2014 SCS Reported Do Pass
4/29/2014 Taken Up for Third Reading
4/29/2014 Senate Substitute Offered
4/29/2014 Placed on Informal Calendar—Amendments pending.
4/30/2014 Taken Up for Third Reading—Some Amendments adopted
5/01/2014 Third Read and Passed with Amendments
5/01/2014 Emergency Clause Adopted—Yes 24, No 8
5/01/2014 Reported to the House as amended
5/06/2014 House Refuses to Adopt, Requests Senate to Recede or Grant Conference
5/06/2014 Senate Refuses to Recede, Grants Conference (S)
5/06/2014 Senate Conference Committee Appointed
5/07/2014 Senate Message (S)
5/07/2014 House Conference Committee Appointed
5/07/2014 House Message
5/30/2014 Delivered to Governor
7/14/2014 Signed by Governor

 Other Resources

Bill Text

Bill History

HSLDA's information page on Common Core.

HSLDA e-lert March 5, 2014: "Urgent: Help Block Long-Term Threat to Homeschool Freedom"

Perfected version

Final version of HB 1490 (truly agreed to)