The Safe and Supportive Minnesota Schools Act will get its first committee hearing of the year on Tuesday.
The bill has been the target of religious right and Tea Party groups largely because of protections for LGBT students. The bill was pulled from the Finance Committee last week, and moved to the Education committee. Here are the details:
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – 12 Noon
Committee on Education
Chair: Sen. Patricia Torres Ray
Room 112 Capitol
S.F. 2299-Dahle: Special education case load and rule alignment task force (2014) recommendations implementation.
S.F. 1835-Sieben: School district employees health care coverage provisions modifications and appropriation.
H.F. 826-Dibble: Safe and Supportive Minnesota Schools Act.