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SENATE BILL 1106

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S1106aa   by EDUCATION COMMITTEE
EDUCATION – Amends existing law to provide for the expansion of virtual, blended, traditional, or other secondary career technical education programs, as approved by the Board of Career Technical Education.
  02/11 Introduced; read first time; referred to JR for Printing  
  02/12 Reported Printed; referred to Education  
  03/08 Reported out of committee; to 14th Order for amendment  
  03/19 Placed in the Committee of the Whole  
  Reported out without recommendation, as amended  
  Amendments ordered printed; referred for engrossment  
  Amendments reported printed  
  Reported engrossed, filed for first reading, as amended  
  Read first time as amended, filed for Second Reading  
  03/20 Read second time as amended, filed for Third reading  
  03/21 Read third time in full as amended – PASSED - 34-0-1
AYES – Agenbroad, Anthon, Bair, Bayer, Brackett, Burgoyne, Burtenshaw, Cheatham, Crabtree, Den Hartog, Grow, Guthrie, Harris, Heider, Hill, Jordan, Lakey, Lee, Lent, Lodge, Martin, Mathias(Buckner-Webb), Mortimer, Nelson, Nye, Patrick, Rice, Souza, Stennett, Thayn, Vick, Ward-Engelking, Winder, Woodward
NAYS – None
Absent and excused – Johnson
Floor Sponsor - Lent
Title apvd - to House
 
  03/22 Received from the Senate, Filed for First Reading  
  Read First Time, Referred to Education