Senate Bill 1300: Excusing Homeschooling Parents from Jury Duty

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Senate Bill 1300: Excusing Homeschooling Parents from Jury Duty
Sponsors:
Senators Shoopman, Cromer, Davis, Grooms, Bryant, Campbell, Rose, Alexander, Verdin, Campsen, Bright, McConnell, Fair, Cleary, and L. Martin
Summary:

This bill would excuse from jury duty a person primarily responsible for providing education to a child in a homeschool during the school term.

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

3/18/2010 (Senate) Introduced and read first time
3/18/2010 (Senate) Referred to Committee on Judiciary
3/29/2010 (Senate) Referred to Subcommittee: Senators L.Martin (Chair), Rankin, Hutto, Bright, and Davis
4/21/2010 (Senate) Committee report: Favorable with amendment
4/22/2010 (Senate) Committee amendment adopted
4/22/2010 (Senate) Read a second time
4/23/2010 (Senate) Scrivener's error corrected
4/27/2010 (Senate) Read third time and sent to House
4/28/2010 (House) Introduced; read first time
4/28/2010 (House) Referred to Committee on Judiciary
5/12/2010 (House) Favorable Judiciary Committee report
5/20/2010 (House) Read second time
5/21/2010 (House) Read third time and enrolled
5/25/2010 (House) Ratified
5/28/2010 (House) Signed by Governor; effective date 5/28/2010

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