The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XVIII, NUMBER 2
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MARCH / APRIL 2002
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Cover Story
Called to serve: Home schooling families in the military

On the frontlines: A few HSLDA military families

How do home school graduates enter the military?

How does HSLDA help families in the military?

"Grazie" from Italy

What can you do to help military families?

Special Features
Revisiting the Issue of Charter Schools

Congressional awards: America's best kept secret

Regular Features
A contrario sensu

Active Cases

Freedom Watch

Prayer and praise

President's page

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South Carolina
Tax exemption for school curriculum

Members of the South Carolina General Assembly recently introduced two new bills that will affect home school families.

House Bill 4393 and Senate Bill 806 were authored by Representative Merita Allison and Senator John Hawkins, respectively. The bills grant an exemption from state sales tax for "textbooks, books, magazines, periodicals, newspapers, and access to on-line information . . ." used in a home school.

Home School Legal Defense Association supports this type of legislation and recommends that home educators contact their legislators asking them to vote for this tax relief.

- Dewitt T. Black