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June Floor Action on Education Bills Unlikely

By John Forester(Don't Use) | June 24, 2011

Despite requests from the SAA, WASB and several education committee members, it appears almost certain that the Legislature will not take up several education bills before the current floor period ends on June 30th.  The SAA supports floor action on three bills relating to:  the administration of medication to students (AB 62), the revocation of a DPI license for immoral conduct (AB 71), and mandate relief and operational flexibility for school districts (SB 95).  The fate of two other bills of concern to SAA members, relating to open enrollment expansion (SB 2) and independent charter school expansion (SB 22), remain in limbo as well.

 Lawmakers are not scheduled to be on the floor again until September 13th.

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