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The WASB advocates on behalf of Wisconsin school boards on legislation proposed to the Wisconsin Legislature. This chart indicates legislation that the WASB is following in the 2011-13 legislative session.

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2013-14 Assembly Bills
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AB# DESCRIPTION WASB POSITION WASB RESOLUTION
AB 8 Relating to restrictions on hunting within a specified distance of hospitals, sanatoriums, or school grounds and restrictions imposed by local governmental units on hunting with a bow and arrow or crossbow. (Klefisch/Kedie)

Status:Referred to Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage. Public hearing held on 4/10/13. Recommended for passage by Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage on 5/31/13. Report passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 and Assembly Amendment 3 by Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage on 5/31/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 5/31/13. Passed on 6/6/13. Sent to Senate on 6/7/13. Referred to Committee on Natural Resources on 6/11/13.

Monitor Policy 6.11(b))
AB 9 Relating to law enforcement who are on duty, off-duty law enforcement officers, and former law enforcement officers and going armed with firearm

Status: Referred to Assembly Judiciary Committee

Oppose Policy 6.11(b)
AB 11 Relating to notification requirements for registered sex offenders who are on school premises and providing penalties. (Kleefisch/Olsen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Criminal Justice. Public hearing held on 3/21/13. Recommended for passage by Committee on Criminal Justice on 5/2/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 5/2/2013. Passed on 5/7/13. Sent to Senate on 5/8/13. Referred to Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Veterans and Military Affairs on 5/8/13. Public hearing held on 6/6/13. Governor signed into law effective 12/14/13 as Wisconsin Act 88
Support WASB WriteUp
AB 23

Relating to: funding postretirement health care benefits of local government employees. (Thiesfeldt/Vukmir)

Status: Referred to Committee on Urban and Local Affairs. Public hearing held on 3/12/13. Recommended passage by Committee on Urban and Local Affairs on 4/25/13. Report passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 by Committee on Urban and Local Affairs on 4/25/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 4/25/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 48)

Monitor Policy 4.34
AB 26 Relating to fees charged for access to public schools. (Bies)

Status:Referred to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing. Fiscal estimate received on 2/26/13. Public hearing held on 2/27/13.

Support Resolution
13-16
AB 42 Relating to prohibiting the Milwaukee Public Schools from imposing residency requirements on teachers.(Kestell/Darling)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Fiscal estimate received on 4/12/13.

Oppose Policy 1.01
AB 45 Relating to preference in state and local government contracts and procurement for materials manufactured in the United States. (Jorgensen/Hansen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing. Fiscal estimate received on 3/14/13.

Monitor Policy 5.58
AB 48 Relating to state procurement of products and services from businesses located in this state and setting a goal for local government to purchase a certain percentage of products and services from businesses located in this state. (Clark/Hansen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing. Fiscal estimate received 3/13/13.

(Also see comanion bill, SB 74)

Monitor Policy 5.58
AB 52 Relating to workforce growth grants to technical college districts and making an appropriation. (Doyle/Lassa)

Status:Referred to Committee on Workforce Development. Fiscal estimate received 3/5/13. Refused to suspend rules to withdraw from Committee on Workforce Development and take up on 6/13/13.

Monitor Policies 3.60, 3.63, 3.64
AB 60 Relating to selection of student information system software vendors by the Department of Public Instruction. (Shankland/Lassa)

Status: Referrend to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing.

(Also see companion bill, SB 54)

Support Policy 3.145
AB 76 Relating to a sales and use tax exemption for building materials that become a part of a facility for a local unit of government or nonprofit organization. (Jacque/Grothman)

Status:Referred to Joint Survey Committee on Tax Exemptions. Fiscal estimate received on 4/3/13. Public hearing held on 4/3/13.

Monitor  
AB 90 Relating to posting contact information for each technical college district board member on the college's and technical college system's Internet sites. (Loudenbeck/Farrow)

Status: Referred to Committee on Colleges and Universities

Monitor  
AB 95 Relating to adopting federal law as it relates to an income tax deduction for certain educators and creating an individual income tax deduction for educators who use their own funds to purchase classroom educational supplies. (Jacque/Gudex)

Status: Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Fiscal estimate received 4/11/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 99)

Monitor  
AB 104

Relating to application of the open meetings law to legislative party caucuses. (Mason/Cullen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing.

Support Policy 5.50(b)
AB 113 Relating to a school district revenue limit adjustment for school safety. (Pope/Lehman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing. Fiscal estimate received on 4/15/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 101)

Support Policy 2.41(s)
AB 123

Relating to failure to report bullying in public schools and providing a penalty. (Bies/Carpenter)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education
Oppose Policy 1.01
AB 126 Relating to contracts for additional charter schools. (Kooyenga/Darling)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education.

(Also see companion bill, SB 76)

Oppose Policies 1.01, 1.02, 3.21
AB 128

Relating to recall petition requirements. (A. Ott/Harsdorf)

Status: Referred to Committee on Campaigns and Elections. Public hearing held on 5-21-13.

(See companion bill, SB 114)

Support
WASB Letter
Policy 1.51
AB 170 Relating to post-retirement employment of annuitants under the Wisconsin Retirement System, participation status under the Wisconsin Retirement System, and granting rule-making authority. (Stroebel/Darling)

Status: Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Fiscal estimate received on 5/22/13.

Oppose Policy 4.37
AB 195

Relating to creating a refundable individual income tax credit for tuition expenses paid for dependents who attend certain public and private elementary and secondary schools. (Kaufert/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Fiscal estimate received on 6/25/13.

(Also, see companion bill, SB 170)

Oppose Policy 2.70
AB 225 Relating to various changes in the campaign finance laws; exemption of certain electors from the requirement to present proof of identification when voting in an election; identifying documentation to establish proof of residency for voter registration; recording the type of identifying document provided as proof of residence; limiting the times for voting by absentee ballot in person; the method of reporting election returns by municipalities; fees for election recounts; the method of recounting votes cast with automatic tabulating equipment; residency of election officials, recall petition requirements; the procedure for recounting ballots when electors voting in person are required to sign the poll list and fail to do so; challenging an elector's registration during recount proceedings; witness addresses on absentee ballot certificates; nominees submitted by the Government Accountability Board candidate committee, securing ballot containers; party representation for election officials serving at polling places; and scheduling of referendums. (Stone, etc.)

Status: Referred to Committee on Campigns and Elections. Public hearing held 6/4/13.

Supports in part/
Opposes in part

WASB Memo

Policies 1.01, 1.25, 1.51
AB 245

Relating to prohibiting abusive work environments and permitting a person who has been subjected to such an environment to bring a civil action. (Pope/L. Taylor)

Status: Referred to Committee on Labor on 6/17/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 233.)

Monitor  
AB 267

Relating to the commencement of fall classes in public schools. (J. Otte/Darlingt)

Status:Referred to Committee on Campaigns and Elections. Public hearing held 6/4/13. Recommended for passage by Committee on Campaigns and Elections on 6/10/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 6/10/13. Report passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 and Assembly Amendment 2 by Committee on Rules on 6/12/13. Sent to Senate on 6/13/13. Fiscal estimates received on 7/2/13 (DOR, GAB).

(Also see companion bill, SB 228)

Support Policy 1.22
AB 343

Relating to the distribution by schools of a consussion and head injury information sheet and the participation by pupils in a youth athletic activity. (Ripp/Farrow)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 8/27/13. Public hearing held on 9/25/13. Passage recommended by Committee on Education on 10/4/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 10/4/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 258.)

Support

Eliminated Unnecessary Duplication Policies 1.02, 3.20

AB 348

Relating to substitute special education teachers and paraprofessional staffing services. (Kestell/Olsen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9/29/13. Public hearing held on 9/25/13. Report adoption and passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 recommended by Committee on Education on 10/4/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 10/4/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 271.)

Support Policies 3.40 and 3.44(c)
AB 358

Relating t exclusion of certain independent contractors from coverage under the worker's compensation law and the unemployment insurance law. (Severson/Harsdorf?

Status: Referred to Committee on Labor on 9/13/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 276.)

Monitor  
AB 370

Relating to allowing pupils in grades 7 and 8 to earn high school credit.(Strachota/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9/13/13. Public hearing held on 9/25/13. Report passage recommended by Committee on Education on 10/4/13. Referred to Committee on Rules on 10/4/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 284.)

Support Policy 3.16
AB 379

Relating to the student information system, a school and school district accountability system, low-performing schools and school districts, and charter school contracts (Kestell/Olsen).

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9/19/13. Public hearing held on 2/12/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 286)

Support WASB Testimony
AB 382

Relating to the school district levy for community programs and services. (Spiros/Petrowski)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Assembly Amendment 1 and Assembly Amendment 2 offered by Spiros. Public hearing held on 9/25/13.

(Also see companion bill. SB 316.)

Support Policies 1.00 and 2.40
AB 414

Relating to purchase of military service under the Wisconsin Retirement System. (Petryk/Gudex)

Status: Referred to Committee on Veterans 10/4/13. Public hearing held on 11/17/13. Report adoption and passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 by Committee Veterans on 12/20/13. Referred to Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems on 12/20/13.

(Also see companion bill SB 330.)

Monitor  
AB 502

Relating to the use of an epinephrine auto-injector on school premises or at a school-sponsored activity. (Severson/Vukmir)

Status: Referred to Committee on Health on 11/12/13. Public hearing held on 1/22/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 375.)

Monitor  
AB 549 Relating to: authorizing independent charter schools, eliminating instrumentality charter schools, establishing magnet schools, replication process for certain operators of charter schools, and utilizing an alternative process for educator effectiveness. (Kooyenga/Darling)

Status: Referred to Committee on Urban Education on 12/9/13. Public Hearing Head on 1/9/14.

Oppose

Policy 3.21

WASB Testimony

AB 555

Relating to standards for admission into a course offered by a school district of a pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program. (Ott/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Judiciary on 12/12/13. Public hearing held on 12/19/13. Report passage recommend by Committee on Judiciary on 1/16/14. Placed on calendar 1/21/14 by Committee on Rules. Passed the Assembly on 1/21/14. Received by Senate on 1/21/14 and referred to Senate Committee on Education on 1/12/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 458.)

Monitor Policy 3.75
AB 573

Relating to requiring school board members to complete an orientation and training program. (Pope/Harris)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 12/18/13.

Oppose Policies 5.70, 5.71
AB 579

Relating to health care benefits plans for school districts. (Jagler/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Labor on 12/18/13.

(Also see companion bill, SB 438.)

Monitor Policies 4.05 & 4.19(c)
AB 609

Relating to physical education in public schools.(Weininger)

Status: Referred to Committee on Children and Families on 1/7/14. Public hearing held on 1/29/14.

Oppose Policies 1.02, 3.20 & 2014 Emergency Reslution
AB 616

Relating to prohibiting the collection of a pupil's biometric data and the use of any devise to assess a pupil's physiological or emotional state.
(T. Larson/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/10/14. Public hearing held on 1/15/14.

Oppose Policies 1.13, 5.54 & 6.04
AB 617

Relating to directing the Department of Public Instruction to establish model academic standards and granting rule-making authority. (Knudson/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/10/14. Public hearing held on 1/15/14.

Oppose Policy 5.20
AB 618

Relating to the student information system, the disclosure of personally identifiable student data, and the disclosure of pupil records. (Pridemore/Grothman)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/10/14. Public hearing held on 1/15/14. Report passage as amended by Assembly Amendment 1 and Assembly Substitute Amendment 1 by the Committee on Education on 2/18/14. Passed by Assembly as amended on 2/20/14. Received by Senate on 2/21/14. Referred to Senate Committee on Education 2/24/14.

Oppose Policies 5.30 & 5.54
AB 662

Relating to school district expenditures for community programs and services and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority. (Steineke/Cowles)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/24/14. Public hearing held on 3/13/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 478)

Oppose Policies 1.00 and 1.02
AB 682

Relating to creating a Special Needs Scholarship Program for disabled pupils, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation. (Hagker//vukmir)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/29/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 525).

Oppose Policy 2.705
AB 696

Relating to authorizing a school board to create a capital improvement trust fund. (Strachota/Olsen)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 1/31/14. Public hearing held on 2/18/14. Report passage recommended by Committee on Education on 2/20/14. Placed on calendar 3-18-14 by Committee on Rules. Laid on the table on 3/18/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 540)

Monitor Policies 1.40 and 2.41(v)
AB 834

Relating to school district sparsity aid and making an appropriation. (Clark/Vinehout)

Status: Referred to Committeeon Educatio on 2/28/14.

(Also see companion bill, SB 614.)

Support Policy 2.16(a)
2013-14 Senate Bills
Table columns are sortable by clicking on table column headers.
SB# DESCRIPTION WASB
POSITION
WASB
RESOLUTION
SB 30 Relating to: prohibiting the Milwaukee Public Schools from imposing residency requirements on teachers.(Darling/Kestell)

Status:Referred to Committee on Education. Fiscal estimate received on 4/12/13.
Oppose Policy 1.01
SB 48 Relating to funding post-retirement health care benefits of local government employees. (Vukmir/Thiesfeldt

Status: Referred to Committee on Economic Development and Local Governement. Public hearing held on 3/6/13. Report passage as amended by Senate Substitute Amendment 1 by Committee on Economic Development and Local Governement on 4/25/13. Available for scheduling on 4/15/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 23)

Monitor Policy 4.34
SB 49 Relating to academic and career plans, the youth options program, and granting rule-making authority. (Joint Legislative Council)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education.

Monitor Policy 3.67
SB 50

Relating to examinations administered to pupils in the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. (Joint Legislative Council)

Status: Referred to Comittee on Education.

Support Resolution
13-5
SB 51 Relating to the number of mathematics and science credits required for a high school diploma. (Joint Legislative Council)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Governor signed into law 12/12/13 (with delayed initial applicability) as Wisconsin Act 63.

Monitor

Policy 3.16

WASB Writeup

SB 54 Relationg to selection of student information system software vendors by the Department of Public Instruction. (Lassa/Shankland)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education.

(Also see companion bill, AB 60)

Support Policy 3.145
SB 74 Relating to state procurement of products and services from businesses located in this state and setting a goal for local government to purchase a certain percentage of products and services from businesses located in this state. (Hansen/Clark)

Status:Referred to Committee on Government Operations, Public Works, and Telecommunications. Fiscal estimate received 3/29/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 48)

Monitor Policy 5.58
SB 76

Relating to contracts for additional charter schools. (Darling/Kooyenga)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Senate Amendment 1 offered on 3/26/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 126)

Oppose

Policies 1.01, 1.02, 3.21

WASB Testimony

SB 99

Relating to adopting federal law as it relates to an income tax deduction for certain educators and creating an individual income tax deduction for educators who use their own funds to purchase classroom educational supplies. (Gudex/Jacque)

Status: Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Fiscal estimate received 4/3/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 95)

Monitor  
SB 101 Relating to a school district revenue limit adjustment for school safety. (Lehman/Pope)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Fiscal estimate received on 4/16/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 113)

Support Policy 2.41(s)
SB 114 Relating to recall petition requirements. (Harsdorf/A.Ott)

Status: Referred to Elections and Urban Affairs.

(Also see companion bill, AB 128)

Support Policy 1.51
SB 123 Relating to a requirement that all employers in this state grant a paid leave of absence on Veterans Day to employees who are veterans.

Status: Referred to Committee on Judiciary and Labor. Fiscal estimates received on 4/22/13 (DWD, ERC).

Monitor  
SB 170

Relating to creating a refundable individual income tax credit for tuition expenses paid for dependents who attend certain public and private elementary and secondary schools. (Grothman/Kaufert)

Status: Referred to Committee on Workforce Development, Forestry, Mining and Revenue. Fiscal estimate received 6/25/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 195)

Oppose Policy 2.70
SB 228

Relating to the commencement of fall classes in public schools. (Darling/J.Ott)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education

(Also see companion bill, AB 267)

Support Policy 1.22
SB 233

Relating to prohibiting abusive work environments and permitting a person who as been subjected to such environment to bring a civil action. (L. Taylor/Pope)

Status: Referred to Committee on Judiciary and Labor on 7/31/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 245.)

Monitor  
SB 258

Relating to the distribution by schools of a concussion and head injury information sheet and the participation by pupils in a youth athletic activity. (Farrow/Ripp)

Status: Referred to Committee on Health and Human Services on 8/21/13. Public hearing held on 9/18/13. Report passage as amended by Senate Amendment 1 recommended by Committee on Health and Human Services on 10/3/13. Received from Senate on 10/9/13. Concurred in on 10/17/13. Received from Assembly concurred in 10/18/13. Approved by the Governor on 12/13/13. Signed into law as 2013 Wisconsin Act 93 on 12/14/13.

(Also see companion bil, AB 343.)

Support

Eliminated Unnecessary Duplication Policies 1.02, 3.20

WASB Writeup

SB 271

Relating to substitute special education teachers and paraprofessional staffing services. (Olsen/Kestell)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9/29/13. Public hearing held on 9/12/13. Report adoption and passage as amended by Senate Amendment 1 recommended by Committee on Education on 9/12/13. Passed the Senate on 11/12/13. Received by Assembly 11/13/13. Referred to Commitee on Rules 11/15/13. Assembly concurred in on 2/21/13. Report correctly enrolled.

(Also see companion bill, AB 348.)

Support Policies 3.40 and 3.44(c)
SB 276

Relating to exclusion of certain independent contractors from coverage under the worker's compensation law and the unemployment insurance law. (Harsdorf/Severson)

Status: Referred to Committee on Workforce Development, Forestry, Mining and Revenue on 8/29/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 358.)

Monitor  
SB 284

Relating to allowing pupils in grades 7 and 8 to earn high school credit.(Grothman/Strachota)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9?5/13. Public hearing held on 10/3/13. Report passage recommended by Committee on Education on 10/11/13. Passed the Senate on 10/16/13. Received by Assembly on 10/16/13. Assembly concurrred in on 2/20/14. Report correctly enrolled on 3/6/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 370.)

Support Policy 3.16
SB 286

Relating to the student information system, a school and school district accountability system, low-performing schools and school districts, and charter school districts. (Olsen/Kestell)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 9/5/13. Public hearing held on 9/12/13.

(Also see companion bill, AB 379)

Support  
SB 316

Relating to the school district levy for community programs and services. (Petrowski/Spiros)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education. Senate Amendment 1 and Senate Amendment 2 offered by Sen. Petrowski. Public hearing held on 10/3/13. Report adoption and passage as amended by Senate Amendment 1 and Senate Amendment 2 recommended by Committee on Education on 10/3/13. Available for scheduling.

(Also see companion bill, AB 382)

Support

Policies 1.00 and 2.40

 

WASB Testimony

SB 330

Relating to purchase of military service under the Wisconsin Retirement System. (Gudex/Petryk)

Status: Referred to Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Veterans and Military Affairs on 10/4/13. Public hearing held on 1/15/14. Report adoption passage as amended by Senate Amendment 1 recommended by Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Veterans and Military Affairs on 1/21/14. Senate Amendment 1 adopted by Senate on 2/11/14. Bill passed by Senate on 2/11/14. Received by Assembly and referred to Committee on Rules on 2/13/14.

(Also see companion bill AB 414.)

Monitor  
SB 375

Relating to the use of an epinephrine auto-injector on school premises or at a school-sponsored activity.(vukmir/Severson)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 10/29/13. Public hearing held on 12/18/13. Report passages as amended by Senate Amendment 1 recommended by Committee on Education on 12/10/13. Passed Senate as amended by Senate Amendment 1 and Senate Amendment 2 on 1/22/14. Received by Assembly 1/22/14. Referred to Committee on Rules on 1/30/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 502.)

Monitor  
SB 438

Relating to health care benefits plans for school districts. (Grothman/Jagler)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 12/11/13. Public hearing held on 1/30/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 579.)

Monitor Policies 4.05 & 4.19(c)
SB 458

Relating to standards for admission into a course offered by a school district of a pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program. (Grothman/Ott)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 12/20/13. Public hearing held on 1/30/14. Report adoption as amended by Senate Amendment 1 by Committee on Education on 2/14/14. Passed the Senate on 2/18/14. Received by Assembly and read and placed on calendar by Committee on Rules on 2/20/14. Assembly concurred in on 2/20/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 555.

Monitor Policy 3.75
SB 478

Relating to school district expenditures for community programs and services and requiring the exercise of rule-making authority. (Cowles/Steineke)

Status: Referred to Commitee on Education on 1/9/14. Public hearing held on 1/30/14. Report adoption and passage as amended by Senate Substitute Amendment 1 by Committee on Education on 3/13/14. Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Substitute Amendment 1 adopted on 3/18/14. Senate passed as amended by Substitute Amendment 1 and Senate Amendment 1 to Substitute Amendment 1 on 3/18/14. Received by the Assembly on 3/18/14. Referred to Committee on Rules 3/18/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 662.)

Oppose Policies 1.00 and 1.02
SB 525

Relating to creating a Special Needs Scholarship Program for disabled pupils, granting rule-making authority, and making an appropriation. (Vukmir/Jagler)

Status: Referrred to Committee on Education on 1/30/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 682.)

Oppose

Policy 2.705

WASB Testimony

SB 540

Relating to authorizing a school board to create a capital improvement trust fund. (Olsen/Strachota)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 2/3/14. Public hearing held on 2/6/14. Report passage recommended by Committee on Education on 2/14/14. Passed the Senate on 3/11/14. Received by Assembly on 3/12/14. Assembly concurred in on 3/18/14. Ordered immediately messaged on 3/18/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 696.)

Monitor Policies 1.40 and 2.41(v)
SB 614

Relating to school district sparsity aid and making an appropriation. (Vinehout/Clark)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 2/18/14.

(Also see companion bill, AB 834.)

Support Policy 2.16(a)
SB 619

Relating to creating a model academic standards board. (Vukmir/Thiesfeldt)

Status: Referred to Committee on Education on 2/18/14. Public hearing held on 3/6/14.

Oppose WASB Testimony
 
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