House Bill 3080: Required Instruction in Declaration of Independence

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House Bill 3080: Required Instruction in Declaration of Independence
Sponsors:
Armstead, Maynard, Cooper, Overington, Moye
Summary:

This bill would require public, private, parochial, and denominational schools to provide instruction in the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

HSLDA's Position:

HSLDA opposes increased regulation on private schools.

Action Requested:
Status:
3/14/2017 House Introduced, referred to Education
3/25/2017 House By substitute, do pass
3/29/2017 House Passed House
3/30/2017 Senate Introduced, referred to Education
4/03/2017 Senate Committee do pass with amendment
4/04/2017 Senate Read 1st time
4/05/2017 Senate Read 2nd time, committee amendment adopted
4/06/2017 Senate On 3rd reading
4/06/2017 Senate Passed Senate; to House for concurrence
4/08/2017 House Concurred and passed bill

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