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This bill would permit nonpublic students to dual enroll in state-funded postsecondary institutions.
HSLDA opposes any such proposals involving receipt of state funds by homeschoolers. This bill should be opposed.
09/28/2011 (Senate) Referred to Education Committee
10/20/2011 (Senate) Reported favorably with substitute S-3
10/20/2011 (Senate) Committee recommended immediate effect
10/20/2011 (Senate) Referred to committee of the whole with substitute S-3
10/27/2011 (Senate) Reported by committee of the whole favorably with substitute S-3 and amendments
10/27/2011 (Senate) Substitute S-3 as amended concurred in
10/27/2011 (Senate) Placed on order of third read with substitute S-3 as amended
10/27/2011 (Senate) Rules suspended
10/27/2011 (Senate) Placed on immediate passage
10/27/2011 (Senate) Passed roll call No. 599—yeas 26, nays 12, excused 0, not voting 0
10/27/2011 (House) Received on 10/27/2011
10/27/2011 (House) Read a first time
10/27/2011 (House) Referred to committee on education
02/08/2012 (House) Reported with recommendation with substitute H-2
02/08/2012 (House) Referred to second reading
04/26/2012 (House) Read for the second time
04/26/2012 (House) H-2 substitute adopted
04/26/2012 (House) Passed third reading in the House 65-44
04/26/2012 (House) Returned to Senate
05/01/2012 (Senate) Laid over one day under the rules
05/02/2012 (Senate) House Substitute H-2 concurred in 26-11
05/02/2012 (Senate) Ordered enrolled
05/09/2012 (Senate) Presented to the governor on 5/8/2012 at 2:18 p.m.
05/16/2012 Approved by the governor on 5/15/2012 at 11:02 a.m.
05/16/2012 Filed with the Secretary of State on 5/15/2012 at 4:20 p.m.
05/16/2012 Assigned PA 0134'12 with immediate effect
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