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In the third and final of our annual three-part series looking ahead to the coming legislative year, SNCJ Senior Advisor Lou Cannon takes a look at some of the challenges and opportunities that await lawmakers in 2019.
This is also our final issue...
MI Senate Approves Seven-Bill Package
The MICHIGAN Senate approves a seven-bill package that would, among several things, require all school districts to develop an emergency operations plan and consult with law enforcement before the construction...
CO Gov Signs HB 1423
COLORADO Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) signs HB 1423 , which bars software vendors from selling student-specific data or from using that data to create individual student profiles or for targeted advertising. Vendors will also be...
DE Approves SB 79
The DELAWARE House approves SB 79, which among several thing bars education technology service providers from selling student data or using that data to market to students or their families. The measure also bars them from building...
MI Approves HB 4041
The MICHIGAN Senate approves HB 4041, a bill that would end cash assistance for families where a child is considered chronically truant as determined by school district rules. The families would lose about $386 per month in cash...
The COLORADO House approves HB 1259, which would overturn the Centennial State’s ban on backyard rain barrels. The bill, which would allow residents to collect up to 110 gallons of rainwater, moves to the Senate (DENVERCBSLOCAL.COM).