HB 1063 (Tata), which would repeal the King's Dominion law and allow school boards to determine when to start school, was debated on the floor of the House today on second reading. After a long debate, Del. Bob Marshall attempted to amend the bill to include a provision that would have required the Secretary of Finance to report to the General Assembly on the impact of the bill on the revenue of the Commonwealth. The amendment was defeated and the bill was engrossed and passed on to third reading. The bill should be voted on by the House tomorrow.
Continue to urge your Delegates to support HB1063!