On Tuesday, the House passed SB494 which requires public schools to issue at least two reports every year to the parent or guardian of a student in grades K-8 informing them of the student’s current reading level.
The House passed SB441 which creates a legislative task force to review technical and workforce education programs and recommend ways to align the programs in an effort to produce a more efficient and technologically advanced workforce education system.
The House passed HB1268 which gives judges the discretion when ordering a first time DWI offender to install an ignition interlock device.
And the House passed SB349 which makes clear that drivers who are not part of a funeral procession must not drive between vehicles in the procession or enter an intersection if the procession is proceeding through even if the light turns red while the procession continues. Drivers could be fined up to $250 dollars for violations.
The House will reconvene on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.