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Raised H.B. No. 5490
Session Year 2008
 


AN ACT CONCERNING STUDENT HEALTH DATA.

To establish an initiative to collect and analyze data concerning the prevalence of pediatric chronic disease and related risk factors in schools.

Introduced by:
Select Committee on Children

 New today  2-4 days old  5 days & older

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/5/2008Favorable Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Education
 3/4/2008Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Education
 3/3/2008(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 2/29/2008(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 2/28/2008(KID)Joint Favorable Change of Reference Education
 2/22/2008Public Hearing 02/26
 2/19/2008Referred to Joint Committee on Children

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