Senate Bill 3599: Shortens Time Needed for Homeschooler to Qualify for HOPE Scholarship

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Senate Bill 3599: Shortens Time Needed for Homeschooler to Qualify for HOPE Scholarship
Sponsors:
Senators Mike Bill and Joe Haynes
Summary:

This bill would change from two years to one year the length of time that a homeschool student would have to be homeschooled in order to be eligible for a HOPE scholarship.

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

01/26/2012     (Senate)     Filed for introduction
01/30/2012     (Senate)     Introduced and passed first consideration
02/01/2012     (Senate)     Passed second consideration and referred to Senate Education Committee
03/07/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 3/14/2012
03/14/2012     (Senate)     Referred to Lottery subcommittee
03/21/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 3/28/2012
03/28/2012     (Senate)     Recommended for passage with amendment and referred to Senate Finance, Ways, & Means Committee by a vote of 8-0
04/11/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 4/17/2012
04/17/2012     (Senate)     Action deferred in committee to 4/18/2012
04/20/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 4/23/2012
04/23/2012     (Senate)     Action deferred in committee to 4/24/2012
04/24/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 4/24/2012
04/24/2012     (Senate)     Action deferred in committee to 4/25/2012
04/25/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 4/25/2012
04/25/2012     (Senate)     Action deferred in committee to 4/26/2012
04/26/2012     (Senate)     Placed on committee calendar for 4/26/2012
04/26/2012     (Senate)     Assigned to General Subcommittee of Senate Finance, Ways, & Means Committee
05/01/2012     (Senate)     Bill died when legislature adjourned

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