Senate Bill 28: Lowers Compulsory Attendance Age from 7 to 6

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Senate Bill 28: Lowers Compulsory Attendance Age from 7 to 6
Sponsors:
Senator Priscilla Dunn
Summary:

This bill would lower the compulsory attendance age from 7 to 6 years old.

HSLDA's Position:

This bill should be opposed.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

07/21/2011     (Senate)     Prefiled
02/07/2012     (Senate)     Read for the first time
02/07/2012     (Senate)     Referred to the Education Committee
03/01/2012     (Senate)     Passed out of committee 3-2-1
03/01/2012     (Senate)     Read for the second time and placed on calendar
04/10/2012     (Senate)     Dunn amendment offered and adopted 31-0
04/10/2012     (Senate)     Bill passed third reading 18-8
04/12/2012     (Senate)     Engrossed
04/17/2012     (House)     Read for the first time and referred to the Education Policy Committee
04/19/2012     (House)     Read for the second time and placed on the calendar
04/19/2012     (House)     Pending third reading on day 22—favorably reported from Education Policy Committee
05/01/2012     (House)     Passed third reading
05/01/2012     (House)     Rogers Amendment offered
05/01/2012     (House)     Motion to adopt lost roll call 1087
05/01/2012     (House)     Motion to read a third time and pass adopted roll call 1088
05/01/2012     (Senate)     Passed second house
05/01/2012     (Senate)     Enrolled
05/01/2012     (House)     Signature requested
05/01/2012     (House)     Delivered to governor
05/08/2012     Signed into law by Governor Robert Bentley

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