House Bill 3179: Conditioning Driver's License on School Attendance

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Last Updated: April 16, 2013
House Bill 3179: Conditioning Driver's License on School Attendance
Sponsors:
Representative Phillips
Summary:

House Bill 3179 conditions a driver's license on a student's school attendance. Students under 18 could lose their driver's license if a school official or law enforcement officer notifies the Department of Transportation that the student has not attended 20 consecutive days of school.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

HSLDA does not support laws that link driver's licenses to school attendance.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

03/07/2013     House     Introduced.
03/19/2013     House     Referred to Transportation.
04/05/2013     House     Scheduled for Public Hearing on April 9, 2013.
04/09/2013     House     Considered in public hearing; Committee substitute considered in public hearing; Testimony taken, registrations recorded in committee; Left pending in committee.
04/16/2013     House     Considered in public hearing; Committee substitute considered in public hearing; Left pending in committee.
Bill died in committee.

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