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H.B. No. 7502
Session Year 2001
 


AN ACT CONCERNING EXPENDITURES FOR THE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.

Introduced by:
Rep. Moira K. Lyons, 146th Dist.
Sen. Kevin B. Sullivan, 5th Dist.

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 LCO 9139
 6/4/01

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 7/23/2001Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 7/9/2001(LCO)Public Act 01-1
 7/2/2001Signed by Governor in Original
 6/29/2001Immediate Transmittal to the Governor
 6/28/2001Senate Passed
 6/28/2001Immediate Transmittal to the Senate
 6/28/2001House Passed
 6/28/2001Emergency Certification

Co-sponsors of HB-7502

Sen. John A. Kissel, 7th Dist.
Rep. Nancy E. Kerensky, 14th Dist.
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