|Date Requested:January 08, 2014
Time Requested:01:45 PM
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Sources of Revenue
Legislation creates:Neither Program nor Fund
Effect this measure will have on costs and revenues of state government.
| The purpose of HB 4009 is to permit institutions of higher education to perform background checks on students residing or desiring to reside in school dormitories. The bill permits students to have background checks performed providing they pay for the checks. The bill provides that the checks may be used by the institution only for the purpose of evaluating current students or applicants for enrollment who reside or apply to reside in on-campus housing at the institution. The bill provides for confidentiality. The bill requires the information to be ultimately destroyed.
Background checks are not required by this bill; therefore, the total cost cannot be determined because the number of students that will be the object to a background check is unknown. The number of students that may ask for a background check of another student is also unknown; therefore, the costs related to these students’ requests cannot be determined. Background check costs would be included in the operating costs of the residence halls. Because the costs associated with housing students are paid from student charges and fees, no additional general revenue funds are needed to fund the provisions of this bill.
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3. Explanation of above estimates (including long-range effect):