November 5 - The Impact of Women Running for State Office
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Education In Kentucky
The KENTUCKY High School Athletic Association adopts rules making the Bluegrass State the first to require all high school softball pitcher and first and third basemen to wear protective masks when in the field. The rule goes...
Pennsylvania Approves SB 383
The PENNSYLVANIA Senate approves SB 383 , which would allow Keystone State school boards to authorize teachers and other non-police school employees to carry firearms on school property. It moves to the House (TRIBLIVE...
Mississippi Legislature Approves SB 2273
The MISSISSIPPI Legislature gives final approval to SB 2273 , which would reinforce that cursive writing be taught to Magnolia State public school students. It is now with Gov. Phil Bryant (R), who is expected...
Kentucky Approves SB 159
The KENTUCKY House approves SB 159 , which would require Bluegrass State high school students to pass a version of the civics test that the U.S. government gives to immigrants when they apply to become citizens. It returns...
Kentucky Approves HB 58
The KENTUCKY House approves HB 58 , which would allow homeschool students to participate in public school extracurricular activities at the school in their respective district. It moves to the Senate (FLOYD COUNTY TIMES).
Kentucky Approves SB 17
The KENTUCKY Senate approves SB 17 , which would codify the right for students to express religious viewpoints in school, including in their homework and clothing. It moves to the House (LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER).
Education In KY
The KENTUCKY House approves SB 228, which would require school boards to establish procedures to investigate bullying and protect bullying victims. It moves to Gov. Matt Blevin (R) for consideration (COURIER-JOURNAL [LEXINGTON]).
Education in SD
The SOUTH DAKOTA House approves HB 1008, a bill that would bar transgender students from using bathrooms, locker rooms and shower facilities of the gender with which they identify if those facilities don’t correspond with their...