Senate Bill 417: Permits Privately Tutored Students and Church School Students to Participate in Extracurricular Athletics at Public School

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Last Updated: May 16, 2012
Senate Bill 417: Permits Privately Tutored Students and Church School Students to Participate in Extracurricular Athletics at Public School
Sponsors:
Senators Shadrack McGill, Rusty Glover, Bryan Taylor, Dick Brewbaker, Cam Ward, and Scott Beason
Summary:

This bill would permit students taught by a private tutor and those attending a church school to participate in extracurricular athletic activities at public school. It would be known as the Tim Tebow Act.

HSLDA's Position:

HSLDA takes a neutral position on such legislation.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

03/15/2012     (Senate)     Read for the first time and referred to Education Committee
04/05/2012     (Senate)     Read for the second time and placed on the calendar with two amendments
04/05/2012     (Senate)     Pending third reading on day 18--favorably reported from Education Committee
05/09/2012     (Senate)     Indefinitely postponed
05/16/2012     (Senate)     Bill died when legislature adjourned

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