Senate Bill 69: Nonpublic Educational Tax Credit

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Last Updated: February 15, 2013
Senate Bill 69: Nonpublic Educational Tax Credit
Sponsors:
Senator Marble, Senator Harvey, Senator Lundberg, Senator Lambert, Senator Balmer, Senator Baumgardner, Senator Brophy, Senator Cadman, Senator Crowder, Senator Grantham, Senator Hill, Senator Renfroe, Senator Scheffel, Representative Holbert, Representative Buck, Representative Nordberg, Representative Swalm, Representative Priola, Representative Everett, Representative DelGrosso, Representative Joshi, Representative Saine, Representative Wright
Summary:

Provides a $1000 tax credit for a qualified full-time homeschool student under Colorado's homeschool statute and a $500 for a half-time homeschool student.

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

1/16/2013     (Senate)     Introduced and Referred to Education Committee
2/14/2013     (Senate)     Education Committee Voted to Postpone Indefinitely

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