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House Committee Meetings
As of (03/30/2017) at 07:14 PM

Committee:Children and Families
Chair:Franklin, Diane - (Rep-123)
Vice Chair:Neely, Jim - (Rep-8)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:12:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1158 - Franklin, Diane
Require to retain a child abuse report and identifying information if it finds "sufficient evidence" of abuse, but not the perpetrator(s). In such a case, prohibit putting the name of a suspected perpetrator in the child abuse registry.
HB 1081 - Remole, Tim
Require election every six years of the chief juvenile officer in each judicial circuit.

***Amended***
Committee:Corrections and Public Institutions
Chair:Fitzwater, Paul - (Rep-144)
Vice Chair:Roden, Shane - (Rep-111)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Corrected Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCB 7 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Fitzwater, Paul (Rep-144)
Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

Committee:Ethics
Chair:Cierpiot, Mike - (Rep-30)
Vice Chair:Mitten, Gina - (Rep-83)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:Upon Adjournment
Location:Room 302-A
Note:Pursuant to Article 3, Section 18 of the Missouri Constitution, House Rule 37 & 101, House Resolution 74 and 610.021 (3) RSMO portions of the meeting may be closed.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Fiscal Review
Chair:Haefner, Marsha - (Rep-95)
Vice Chair:Vescovo, Rob - (Rep-112)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:8:30 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

***Cancelled***
Committee:Health and Mental Health Policy
Chair:Frederick, Keith - (Rep-121)
Vice Chair:Morris, Lynn - (Rep-140)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017
Time:3:40 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:North Gallery
Note:time adjusted
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Judiciary
Chair:McGaugh, Joe Don - (Rep-39)
Vice Chair:Corlew, Kevin - (Rep-14)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:12:00 PM or Upon Adjournment
Location:South Gallery
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCB 8 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: McGaugh, Joe Don (Rep-039)
Modifies provisions relating to civil proceedings
HCB 9 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: McGaugh, Joe Don (Rep-039)
Modifies provisions relating to criminal proceedings

Committee:Local Government
Chair:Fraker, Lyndall - (Rep-137)
Vice Chair:Hannegan, Tom - (Rep-65)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:9:30 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 48 - Lichtenegger, Donna
Expand to cover the city of Jackson a law allowing some local cities to impose a sales tax for public safety, upon voter approval.

Committee:Rules - Legislative Oversight
Chair:Rhoads, Shawn - (Rep-154)
Vice Chair:Dogan, Shamed - (Rep-98)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:9:30 AM
Location:North Gallery
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 352 - Eggleston, J.
Seeks to prohibit state general revenue or local government funds from being appropriated for construction of a sports stadium if 26 of 32 specific states adopt a similar law.
HCS HB 1116 - Shaul, Dan
Re-enact a law prohibiting local government from banning merchants from providing plastic or paper bags.

Committee:Subcommittee on Corrections Workforce Environment and Conduct
Chair:Hansen, Jim - (Rep-40)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:8:15 AM or upon adjournment of the Corrections and Public Institutions Committee meeting
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:The subcommittee will continue to hear testimony from current and former employees of the Department of Corrections.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Workforce Development
Chair:Lauer, Jeanie - (Rep-32)
Vice Chair:Fitzwater, Travis - (Rep-49)
Date:Thursday, March 30, 2017 - Adjourned
Time:9:00 AM
Location:South Gallery
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCB 5 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Lauer, Jeanie (Rep-032)
Requires school districts to offer a course on computer programming to high school students



Hearing Date Friday, March 31, 2017
***Amended***
Committee:Legislative Task Force on Dyslexia
Chair:Swan, Kathryn - (Rep-147)
Date:Friday, March 31, 2017
Time:9:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Conference call Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.



Hearing Date Monday, April 3, 2017
***Amended***
Committee:Elementary and Secondary Education
Chair:Swan, Kathryn - (Rep-147)
Vice Chair:Roeber, Rebecca - (Rep-34)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 139 - Spencer, Bryan
Remove the 2013 sunset that provided an exemption to requirement for school districts to fund professional development of teachers if the governor withheld funds appropriated to the School Foundation Program for schools.
HB 442 - Gray, Alan
Establish subdistrict elections for school board members in a particular school district in St. Louis County.
HB 584 - Cookson, Steve
Require the state High School Athletic Association to appear before the legislature's joint committee on education and present various data at least once a year.
HB 687 - Taylor, Jered
Prohibit the Board of Education from changing the assessment test of students until the test has been administered to students for five consecutive school years, unless a change is required by federal law.
HB 936 - Shaul, Dan
Remove a limit in how many hours a retired teacher can work for a school in a non-teacher-certified position and still get teacher retirement benefits. Also exempt such a person from having to contribute to the teacher retirement fund.
HB 1084 - Rone, Donald
Require schools to allow home-schooled students to participate in high school athletic teams and other extracurricular activities.
HB 263 - Sommer, Chrissy
Require a school district or charter school to have on its website a searchable database on the district's income and expenditures.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 926 - Curtman, Paul
Expand rights for reassignment to another district to resolve transportation hardships for public school students. Extend a transfer right to a student's sibling.

***Amended***
Committee:Fiscal Review
Chair:Haefner, Marsha - (Rep-95)
Vice Chair:Vescovo, Rob - (Rep-112)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:1:30 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee. Added HBs 90 & 68 and HB 502 Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 90 - Rehder, Holly
Establish a statewide system to monitor drug prescriptions of controlled narcotics. Create a statewide database of the prescriptions. Allow release of the information to police under subpoena.
HCS HB 502 - Fitzpatrick, Scott
Various changes in a law passed in 2016 (HB 1941) that authorizes, regulates and taxes fantasy sports gambling. Ease the requirement for prompt payment of winnings to allow mailing within five business days. Impose an annual license renewal fee.

Committee:Joint Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect
Chair:
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:12:00 PM
Location:Senate Committee Room 2
Note:Organizational meeting.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Rules - Legislative Oversight
Chair:Rhoads, Shawn - (Rep-154)
Vice Chair:Dogan, Shamed - (Rep-98)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:2:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 209 - Wiemann, John
Expand Medicaid coverage to include chiropractic services.
HCS HB 431 - Bahr, Kurt
Various changes in the sex offender registry law. Establish a limit on how long an offender must register based on the severity of the offense. Add circumstances under which a person can petition a court to be take off the registry include offenses in which there was no force or threat of force to an adult victim, sex with an animal, international marriage brokers, etc.
HB 615 - Curtis, Courtney
Authorize the Natural Resources Department to acquire land in Kinlock for a state park.
HCS HB 642 - Kelly, Hannah
Prohibit public higher education from discriminating against religious student associations.
HCS HB 696 - Kelly, Hannah
Let a school district display symbols celebrating Christmas and other traditional spring/winter celebrations if the display includes a symbol of more than one religion or one secular scene/symbol and one religious symbol.
HB 1008 - Kelly, Hannah
Require the Legislative Research Committee to annually review the actual cost to state funds of bills passed with the fiscal note estimate by legislative staff written when the bill was being considered.

Committee:Special Committee on Litigation Reform
Chair:Lant, Bill - (Rep-159)
Vice Chair:White, Bill - (Rep-161)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:1:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
SS SB 43 - Romine, Gary
Impose various restrictions on discrimination lawsuits by an employees against employers. Require discrimination be a motivating factor. Exclude from the discrimination lawsuit law some smaller businesses, private clubs and religious organizations. Also abrogates several court decisions going back to 1973 involving discrimination lawsuits.

Committee:Special Committee on Urban Issues
Chair:Curtis, Courtney Allen - (Rep-73)
Vice Chair:Stacy, Dan - (Rep-31)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1004 - Roberts, Steve
Require the National Guard adjutant general to establish a program to use military-based training and work experience to assist "at-jrisk high school-age youth" and dropouts. Curren law authorizes but does not require such a program.

Committee:Ways and Means
Chair:Curtman, Paul - (Rep-109)
Vice Chair:Eggleston, J. - (Rep-2)
Date:Monday, April 3, 2017
Time:1:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 950 - Vescovo, Rob
Require local governments to issue bonds by public sales unless the local government employs a municipal advisor.
SS SB 16 - Kraus, Will
Exempt delivery charges from the sales tax.
HJR 39 - Mathews, Kirk
Change a homstead property tax exemption for a veteran with a total service-connected disability. Currently the exemption applies only to former prisoners of war. This proposal would extend it to any veteran or former first responder with a total service-connected disability.
HB 1199 - Messenger, Jeffrey
Make several tax credits non-transferable, prohibiting the sale of tax credits obtained by a person, organization or company.
HB 1200 - Messenger, Jeffrey
Terminate some tax credits. Impose limits on others.
HB 1208 - Messenger, Jeffrey
Eliminate or reduce various tax credits.



Hearing Date Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Committee:Agriculture Policy
Chair:Houghton, Jay - (Rep-43)
Vice Chair:Rone, Don - (Rep-149)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:12:00 PM or upon the conclusion of morning session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HCR 49 -- MISSOURI RIVER
Sponsor: McGaugh, Joe Don (Rep-039)
Reaffirms Missouri's support of flood control and navigation being the dominant Congressionally authorized purposes for operation of the Missouri River
HB 176 - Reiboldt, Bill
Reduce the penalty for allowing loose livestock. Allow waiter for the costs of maintenance for a captured trespassing animal.
HB 965 - Frederick, Keith
Repeal the right of the Hazardous Waste Management Commission to adopt regulations more stringent than federal rules that deal with zinc fertilizers.
HB 1114 - Fitzwater, Paul
Expand the definition of local log trucks exempt from a truck-weight restriction.
HB 1224 - Brattin, Rick
Allow agricultural machinery on state highways during the day during harvest and planting seasons.
HB 975 - Houghton, Jay
Change the definition of livestock under a couple of laws regulating livestock. The bill just adds the word "buffalo" with "bison." The current term buffalo actually means just water buffalo.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1036 - Black, Rusty
Restrict the Tax Commission from raising the productivity estimate of agricultural property upon which property taxes are based.

Committee:Consent and House Procedure
Chair:Pfautsch, Donna - (Rep-33)
Vice Chair:Muntzel, Dave - (Rep-48)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:9:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 910 - Fraker, Lyndall
Provide that the provisions of a pre-need funder contract to continue after failure of the provider to renew the seller's license of after the license was suspended.
SCS SB 108 - Romine, Gary
Extend a law establishing reemployment rights to a National Guard member called into active service to include a Missouri employee called up to active duty from another state and is a member of that other state's national guard.

Committee:Crime Prevention and Public Safety
Chair:Phillips, Don - (Rep-138)
Vice Chair:Hill, Justin - (Rep-108)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1124 - Trent, Curtis
Exempt from the public records law records maintained by fire departments and districts that are subject to being losed under the federal health law HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
HB 1133 - Corlew, Kevin
Various changes in the Criminal Code that defines various crimes and penalties. Legislative staff describe it as "clean-up language."
HB 1044 - Lauer, Jeanie
Various provisions involving emergency medical technicans. Provide soveriegn immunity lawsuit protection for elected EMS directors. Let some EMTs make decisions about temporary holds for transfer to a medical facility of an incapacitated person.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 360 - Newman, Stacey
Make it a crime to make a false reports that causes a public school to take security actions.

Committee:Economic Development
Chair:Rehder, Holly - (Rep-148)
Vice Chair:Vescovo, Rob - (Rep-112)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
SS SB 182 - Onder, Bob
Expand to local goverment a ban on state government contacts or tax credit agreements that require person getting the contract or tax break enter into labor organization agreements on similar projects to include local government contacts. Also include repair, remodeling or demolition work.
HB 772 - Miller, Rocky
Add an exemption from the limit on tax breaks to businesses that create new jobs for projects that create more than 15,000 new jobs with an annual wage of more than $75,000.

Committee:Financial Institutions
Chair:Crawford, Sandy - (Rep-129)
Vice Chair:Fraker, Lyndall - (Rep-137)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:12:00 PM or upon morning adjournment (Whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1230 - Ruth, Becky
Provide an income tax deduction for contributions to a fund to purchase a home for the first time.

Committee:Government Efficiency
Chair:Johnson, Delus - (Rep-9)
Vice Chair:Matthiesen, Mark - (Rep-70)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:12:00 PM or Upon Adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:South Gallery
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
SCS SB 82 - Dixon, Bob
Various changes in the functions of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research. Eliminate providing free copies of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to legislators, courts, prosecuting attorneys and sheriffs.

***Amended***
Committee:Judiciary
Chair:McGaugh, Joe Don - (Rep-39)
Vice Chair:Corlew, Kevin - (Rep-14)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:4:00 PM or upon conclusion of afternoon session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Hearing will begin with executive session. HB 73 will only be heard if time permits. Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 112 - McCaherty, John
Establish criteria for a court to use in awarding custody in vitro fertilized human embryos when there is a dispute of costody. Limit standing to the donors and the surrogate in whom the embroy was placed.
HB 945 - Fitzwater, Travis
Give the Mental Health Department standing to file motions and participate in hearings involving involuntary medications of a person committed to the department for a mental illness that prevents the person from standing trial for a criminal charge.
HB 1112 - Tate, Nate
Expand the definition of child abuse that can lead to being registered as a child abuser with the state to include victims of sex trafficking.
HB 73 - McGaugh, Joe Don
Exempt from the crime of peace disturbance loud noise or offensive odors created by livestock or growing crops.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 430 - Rhoads, Shawn
Various changes in laws dealing with juveniles and juvenile offenders Expand the authority of juvenile courts and provisions for juvenile offenders from persons up to 17 years of age to 18 years. Require a child ordered to stand trial as an offender be held in a juvenile detention facility.
HB 274 - Schroer, Nick
Increase the age under which a person accused of a crime is treated as a juvenile from 17 years of age to 18, unless certified to be tried as an adult.
HB 338 - Corlew, Kevin
Essentially nullify a 2014 state Supreme Court decision that over-turned a criminal confiction because the judge did not instruct the jury it could find the defendant guilty of a lesser included offense. The bill would impose a restriction of "a rational basis" as to when a judge is required to instruct the jury of the possibility of a lesser included offense.
HB 519 - Ellington, Brandon
Repeal the ten-year time limit for a child sexual abuse lawsuit and the 30 year time limit for prosecution.
HB 490 - May, Karla
Authorize expungement of criminal non-support criminal records after eight years under some circumstances.
HB 491 - May, Karla
Require expungement of a criminal charges that were the result of mistaken identity which led to a not guilty finding or the conviction being set aside.
HB 727 - Matthiesen, Mark
Change provisions as to when a public school principle must report to police if there is belief that a person committee certain types of crimes against a school employee. Expand the types of crimes involved. Require the report be made "as soon as reasonably practical" rather than "immediately."
HB 848 - DeGroot, Bruce
Let a tenant deposit rent into a court depository if the tenant files a complaint that the premises are not habitable of insanitary or dangerous conditions.

Committee:Subcommittee on Police/Community Relations
Chair:Franks Jr., Bruce - (Rep-78)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:9:30AM or upon adjournment of Crime Prevention and Public Saftey (whichever is earlier)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Jeannette Mott Oxford, Executive Director of Empower Missouri The Troopers Association STLMPD Sara Baker of ACLU all plan to speak during this hearing.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Subcommittee on Urban Community Economic Development
Chair:Dunn, Randy - (Rep-23)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:6 PM or upon adjournment
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Organizational Meeting
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Committee:Veterans
Chair:Davis, Charlie - (Rep-162)
Vice Chair:Wilson, Kenneth - (Rep-12)
Date:Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HR 398 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Conway, Pat (Rep-010)
Urges the United States Congress and the State of Missouri to move the celebration of Veterans Day to coincide with Election Day in even-numbered years
HB 898 - Davis, Charlie
Impose additional requirements for the adjutant general of the National Guard. Require that he have a federally-recognized rank of lieutenant colonel or higher for at least one year prior to apppointment. Also require the person be a commission officer of Missouri's National Guard.
HB 946 - Basye, Chuck
Limit the tuition and fees a public university can charge a3compat fee to 30 percent.



Hearing Date Wednesday, April 5, 2017
***Amended***
Committee:Local Government
Chair:Fraker, Lyndall - (Rep-137)
Vice Chair:Hannegan, Tom - (Rep-65)
Date:Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Time:12:00 PM or upon conclusion of morning session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:We will hold Executive Session before Public Hearing. Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

SB 296 - Hummel, Jacob
Repeal a provision letting a St. Louis City employee remain in the city's retirement system after becoming a city police officer rather than having to transfer to the police retirement system. But still exempt a city airport police officer from having to become members of the police retirement system.
HB 666 - Miller, Rocky
Expand a requirement for a newly elected water district board member to complete six hours of training to impose the requirement every time a board member is elected -- in order to get attendance fees and other compensation.
HB 1189 - Cross, Gary
Prohibit a city from having an ordinance that requires periodic interior inspections of private residential property without consent.
HB 967 - Crawford, Sandy
Require a county reimburse the county treasurer for the costs of training sessions. Current law allows reimbursement, but does not require it.
HB 1207 - Haefner, Marsha
Provide that in charter counties $3 of a $10 of fees collected by the sheriff's office for service-delivery for sheriff salary supplements be used to cover jail costs of the county.
HB 1017 - Hurst, Tom
Add the town of Vienna to cities that can enact a sales tax for public safety, upon voter approval.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
SCS SB 11 - Wasson, Jay
Clarify that statute providing the the loan agreement power granted to cities for industrial development projects is limited only to the power to loan the the municipality's facilities -- not to borrow money with loans.
SB 95 - Sater, David
Repeal the July 2016 expiration of a now-expired law that authorizes counties to reduce their budgets during the budget year when there is a decline in revenues.
HB 921 - Pfautsch, Donna
Repeal a provision mandating that a county public administrator take custody of the estate of a minor under the age of 14 whose parents are dead and there is no legal guardian or conservator.

Committee:Utilities
Chair:Miller, Rocky - (Rep-124)
Vice Chair:Plocher, Dean - (Rep-89)
Date:Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Time:5:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 343 - Dogan, Shamed
Require a utility provide a 30-day advance notice to a customer before installing an electric meter that can control appliances or send data about a customer's usage.
HB 640 - Walker, Nate
Impose various restrictions on use of eminent domain involving agricultural property. Impose a limit on pressure than can be imposed on the soil. Prohibit restricting or limiting irrigation or use of agricultural machinery.
HB 795 - Walker, Nate
Various changes in condemnation powers of utilities. Give the property holder the right to require binding arbitration at the expense of the utility if an agreement cannot be reached.
HB 916 - McCreery, Tracy
Authorize a tax deduction for solar gardens that generate electricity.
HB 940 - Plocher, Dean
Let St. Louis County continue it's water service surcharge if the county's population drops below the level cited in the statute that gave the county the surcharge power.
HB 997 - Plocher, Dean
Declare it to be state policy for the Public Service Commission to approve rates designed to let electric corpoations recove "their full costs of service and provide a reasonable rate of return." Give the PSC power to approve rate provisions to promote modernization or replacement of the company's infrastructure.



Hearing Date Thursday, April 6, 2017
Committee:Fiscal Review
Chair:Haefner, Marsha - (Rep-95)
Vice Chair:Vescovo, Rob - (Rep-112)
Date:Thursday, April 6, 2017
Time:8:30 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Executive Session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.



Hearing Date Monday, May 1, 2017
Committee:Joint Committee on Education
Chair:Romine, Gary - (Sen-03)
Vice Chair:Wood, David - (Rep-58)
Date:Monday, May 1, 2017
Time:12:30 PM
Location:Senate Committee Room 2
Note:1. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will present a draft state response to the Federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 2. Elections of JCED Chair and Co-Chair 3. Discuss possible JCED interim projects.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.


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