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2013-2014 Regular Session - HB 836
Sumter County; board of education and school superintendent; revise and restate law
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to revise and restate the law relating to the Sumter County board of education and school superintendent; to repeal specific former Acts; to provide for a change in the number of members of the board and the districts from which they are elected; to provide for eligibility, manner of election, and filling of vacancies; to provide for a chairperson and vice chairperson; to provide for compensation; to provide for appointment of the school superintendent; to direct the election superintendent to call and conduct a special election; to provide for related matters; to provide for an effective date; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Feb/25/2014 - Effective Date
Feb/25/2014 - Act 346
Feb/25/2014 - House Date Signed by Governor
Feb/24/2014 - House Sent to Governor
Feb/17/2014 - Senate Passed/Adopted
Feb/17/2014 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported
Feb/04/2014 - Senate Read and Referred
Feb/03/2014 - House Passed/Adopted
Feb/03/2014 - House Third Readers
Feb/03/2014 - House Committee Favorably Reported
Jan/27/2014 - House Second Readers
Jan/24/2014 - House First Readers
Jan/23/2014 - House Hopper
Votes
Feb/17/2014 - Senate Vote #457Yea(49)Nay(1)NV(3)
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Feb/03/2014 - House Vote #473Yea(160)Nay(0)NV(14)
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