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Georgia Legislation Tracker: Legislation Details
Education; unexcused absence notices made by United States mail; provide
Note: Database Covers Georgia House and Senate Bills Since 2005

Status of Legislaton:

Current Status: Jul/01/2012 - Effective Date
Alert Level: 7 (Maximum Alert) (Made Law by Governor)
House Bill from Term
Record Last Updated: July 12, 2012
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Summary of Legislation:

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Code Section 20-2-690.1 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to mandatory education for children between ages six and 16, so as to provide that notice by local school systems to parents relating to unexcused absences may be made by United States mail; to revise provisions relating to content of notice; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

Committee Assignments:
House Sponsors:
  • Benton, Tommy 31st
  • England, Terry 108th
  • McKillip, Doug 115th
  • Walker, Len 107th

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Georgia Legislation Alerts:

Evidence; revise, supersede, and modernize provisions; provide definitions
Alert Level: 7 (Maximum Alert)Details
Contracts; illegal or void; repeal certain code sections; change provisions
Alert Level: 7 (Maximum Alert)Details
Education; unexcused absence notices made by United States mail; provide
Alert Level: 7 (Maximum Alert)Details


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