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Chapter 18  |  Article 18 - 23  |  Section 21

1 - DEFINITIONS; LIMITATIONS OF CHA

2 - STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

2A - ADOPTION OF TEXTBOOKS, INSTRUC

2B - AREA VOCATIONAL PROGRAM

2C - HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION OR BU

2D - COMMUNITY EDUCATION

2E - HIGH QUALITY EDUCATIONAL PROGR

2F - INCENTIVES AND RESULTS BASED S

2G - SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA IMPROVEME

2H - PUBLIC NOTICE AND PARTICIPATIO

2I - STAFF DEVELOPMENT COUNCILS

2J - PUBLIC AND HIGHER EDUCATION UN

2K - THE DIABETES CARE PLAN ACT

3 - STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

4 - COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL

5 - COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION

5A - LOCAL SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT

5B - SCHOOL INNOVATION ZONES ACT

5C - COMMITTEE REORGANIZATION AND C

5D - West Virginia Feed to Achieve

6 - DRIVER EDUCATION

7 - ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION PROGRA

7A - STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYST

7B - TEACHERS' DEFINED CONTRIBUTION

7C - MERGER OF TEACHERS' DEFINED CO

7D - VOLUNTARY TRANSFER FROM TEACHE

8 - COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

8A - ATTENDANCE OF HOMELESS CHILDRE

9 - SCHOOL FINANCES

9A - PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT

9B - STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL FINANCE

9C - STATE AID FOR CONSTRUCTION

9D - SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY

9E - AIR QUALITY IN NEW SCHOOLS ACT

9F - SCHOOL ACCESS SAFETY ACT

10 - FEDERAL AID AND GIFTS FOR EDU

10A - REHABILITATION SERVICES

10B - VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION FA

10C - THE SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDUCAT

10D - COMPACT FOR EDUCATION

10E - INTERSTATE COMPACT ON QUALIF

10F - DISABLED PERSONS AND PUBLIC

10F - INTERSTATE COMPACT ON EDUCAT

10G - PROVIDING OF FOOD SERVICE IN

10H - ALBERT YANNI PROGRAMS OF EXC

10I - WEST VIRGINIA SUPPORTED EMPL

10J - BLIND PERSONS' LITERACY RIGH

10K - WEST VIRGINIA TRAUMATIC BRAI

10L - RON YOST PERSONAL ASSISTANCE

10M - WEST VIRGINIA INDEPENDENT LI

10N - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACCES

10O - DISABILITY HISTORY WEEK

11 - WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

11A - REVENUE BONDS FOR UNIVERSITY

11B - REVENUE BONDS FOR UNIVERSITY

11C - WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY HOS

11D - REVENUE BONDS FOR WEST VIRGI

11E - REVENUE BONDS FOR MARSHALL U

12 - STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGES

12A - REVENUE BONDS FOR MARSHALL U

12B - REVENUE BONDS FOR STATE INST

13 - West Virginia EDGE

13 - WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE

14 - BLUEFIELD STATE COLLEGE

15 - WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE OF TE

16 - ANTIHAZING LAW

17 - WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS FOR THE

18 - WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOL FOR THE

19 - EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR

20 - EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHIL

21 - SPECIAL COMMUNITY-BASED PILOT

21 - UNDERWOOD-SMITH TEACHER SCHOL

22 - HIGHER EDUCATION FULL-TIME FA

22A - EMINENT SCHOLARS ENDOWMENT T

22B - STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

22C - STATE AID FOR STUDENTS ATTEN

22D - HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT ASS

22E - DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORS END

24 - FEES AND OTHER MONEY COLLECTE

25 - TAX DEFERRED INVESTMENTS FOR

26 - WEST VIRGINIA BOARD OF REGENT

26A - STATE AUTISM TRAINING CENTER

26B - CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE SALARY S

26C - INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS

26D - INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL

27 - WEST VIRGINIA EDUCATION LOAN

28 - PRIVATE, PAROCHIAL OR CHURCH

29 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

30 - WEST VIRGINIA COLLEGE PREPAID

31 - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGRE

32 - SEVERABILITY

WVC 18- CHAPTER 18. EDUCATION.
WVC 18 - 23 - ARTICLE 23. ADDITIONAL POWERS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF GOVERNING BOARDS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

WVC 18 - 23 - 1 §18-23-1.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 2 §18-23-2.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 3 §18-23-3.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 4 §18-23-4.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 4 A §18-23-4a.
     Repealed.

Acts, 2011 Reg. Sess., Ch. 79. WVC 18 - 23 - 5 §18-23-5.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 6 §18-23-6. Bonds of officers and employees of state institutions of higher education.
The governing boards shall have authority to cause the head officer or any other officer of any state institution of higher education or any employee thereof under its control or management in whole or in part, or any of its own employees, to give bond, in such sum as the governing boards may require, conditioned for the faithful performance of their duties, and for accounting for and paying over all money and other property of the state which shall come into their hands or control by virtue of their office. The governing boards may provide that the surety in any such bond shall be a surety or bonding company authorized to do business in this state, and cause the premiums for bonds so given to be paid out of the current or contingent expense fund of the institution or governing board with which the person so bound is connected. All such bonds shall be approved by the attorney general as to form, and by the governing boards as to sufficiency, and, when so approved, shall be filed with the treasurer of the governing boards and by him recorded and safely kept.

WVC 18 - 23 - 7 §18-23-7. Disposition of state moneys in possession of officers of state institutions of higher education; manner of expending appropriations; certification of deficiency in appropriations.
All moneys and funds belonging to the state which shall come into the possession or under the control of the head officer, or any other officer, of any state institution of higher education, or of any person connected therewith, under the control and management of the governing boards in whole or in part, or the fiscal or financial affairs of which are subject to the control and management of the governing boards, shall be paid to the treasurer of said boards monthly, on or before the tenth day of the month succeeding the month in which such moneys or funds were received, under such rules and regulations as the governing boards shall prescribe. They shall cause such moneys and funds to be paid into the state treasury immediately in the manner provided in article two, chapter twelve of this code.

All moneys appropriated for the governing boards or for any state institution of higher education under their supervision and management may be expended on proper requisitions issued by the appropriate governing board. Whenever the appropriations by the Legislature for any of said institutions are insufficient to pay the expenses of conducting such institution, the deficiency shall be certified by the appropriate governing board to the governor. Such certificate shall state the name of the institution and the items and amount in detail needed, and the governor may direct payment of the same or any part thereof out of any appropriation available for that purpose.

WVC 18 - 23 - 8 §18-23-8. Visitation and inspection of state institutions of higher education.
The governing boards, or one or more of their members, shall visit each of the state institutions of higher education under their control and management in whole or in part as often as may be necessary, and may hold a regular meeting of the governing boards at any such institution. During any such visitation the governing boards or any member thereof shall thoroughly inspect all the departments thereof and investigate the condition and management of the same; and for the purpose of aiding any such investigation the governing boards or any member thereof shall have power to summon and compel the attendance of witnesses, to be examined under oath, which any member shall have the power to administer; and the governing boards or any member thereof shall have access to all books, papers and property necessary to any such investigation, and may order the production of any books, papers or property. Witnesses, other than employees of the state, shall be entitled to the same fees as in civil cases in the circuit court. In any investigation by the governing boards, or by any member thereof, they or he may cause the testimony to be taken in shorthand and transcribed and filed in the office of the governing board as soon after the same is taken as practicable. Any person refusing or failing to obey the order of the governing boards or any member thereof, issued under the provisions of this section, or to give or produce any evidence required, shall be reported by the governing boards or the member thereof conducting the investigation to the proper circuit court or the judge thereof, and such person so refusing or failing shall be dealt with by the court or judge as for contempt.

WVC 18 - 23 - 9 §18-23-9. Books and accounts.
The governing boards shall cause to be kept at their office a proper and complete set of books and accounts with each state institution of higher education under their respective control, which shall clearly show every expenditure authorized and made thereat. The books shall exhibit an account of all appropriations made by the Legislature concerning any institution under their control, and of all other funds under the control of the governing boards. They shall, in conjunction with and subject to the approval of the chief inspector of public offices, prescribe the form of vouchers, records and methods of keeping accounts at and by each of the institutions under their control. Such vouchers, records and methods of accounts of the institutions shall be as nearly uniform as possible. The governing boards, or any member thereof, shall have the power to investigate the conditions and to examine and check the records of any of said institutions at any time. The governing boards shall also have the power to authorize any of their members or officers, its bookkeeper, accountant, or other employee, to proceed to any of the institutions under their control, and to examine and check its records, take inventory of its property, or that of any of its departments or for any other purpose the governing boards may deem necessary. Any person doing such work shall receive, in addition to regular compensation, his actual expenses incurred thereby. Upon the completion of any such special work the governing boards shall cause a full and complete written report of the same to be made to it as soon as practicable.

WVC 18 - 23 - 10 §18-23-10. Records of state institutions of higher education for statistical and other purposes; conference of chief officers.
The governing boards shall prescribe the records to be kept for statistical and other purposes in the state institutions of higher education under their respective control. Each month they shall require a copy of such record to be transmitted to them for the preceding month, and they shall keep in their office in a substantially bound book a copy of every report that they may require from the chief officers of any institution under their control. The governing boards shall have authority to assemble the chief officers of the institutions under their respective control or any of them at their office, for the purpose of discussing any question which may be common to their welfare. The actual expenses made necessary in traveling to and from such meeting, and while in attendance thereat, shall be paid out of the funds of the several institutions involved in any such meetings.

WVC 18 - 23 - 11 §18-23-11. Special investigation of any state institution of higher education by governor or committee appointed by him.
The governor is hereby empowered to make a special investigation, either in person or by a committee appointed by him, of the condition, management or affairs of any state institution of higher education, and for the purpose of aiding any such investigation the governor or committee shall have the same powers as are conferred upon the governing boards by section eight of this article, in making similar investigations.

WVC 18 - 23 - 12 §18-23-12. Governing boards to perform duties required by governor.
The governor may require the governing boards to perform any duty or work pertaining to the management and control of any of the institutions under their control and consistent with the objects of this article.

WVC 18 - 23 - 13 §18-23-13.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 14 §18-23-14.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 15 §18-23-15.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 16 §18-23-16. Cost of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities to be paid from proceeds of revenue bonds.
The governing boards may pay the cost, as defined in sections thirteen through twenty-four, inclusive, of this article, of any one or more of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities out of the proceeds of revenue bonds of the state. The governing boards are authorized to issue revenue bonds of the state by a resolution of the board which shall recite an estimate by the board of the cost, the principal and interest of which bonds shall be payable solely from the special fund or funds herein provided for the payment. The board, after any issue of bonds or simultaneously therewith, may issue further issues of bonds to pay the cost of any other one or more of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities in the manner and subject to all of the provisions herein contained as to the bonds first mentioned in this section. All these bonds shall have and are hereby declared to have all the qualities of negotiable instruments under the Uniform Commercial Code. These bonds shall bear interest at such rates, payable at such times, and shall mature in not more than thirty years from their date or dates and may be made redeemable at the option of the state, to be exercised by the governing boards, at a price and under terms and conditions as they may fix prior to the issuance of the bonds. They shall determine the form of the bonds, which bonds shall be signed by the governor and the president of the appropriate governing board, under the great seal of the state and attested by the secretary of state. In case any of the officers whose signatures appear on the bonds shall cease to be officers before the delivery of the bonds, the signatures shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes the same as if they had remained in office until the delivery. The governing boards shall fix the denominations of the bonds, the principal and interest of which shall be payable at the office of the treasurer of the state of West Virginia, at the capitol of the state or, at the option of the holder, at some bank or trust company within or outside of the state, to be named in the bonds, in lawful money of the United States of America. The bonds and the interest thereon shall be exempt from taxation by the state of West Virginia or any county, school district or municipality therein. The governing boards may provide for the registration of the bonds in the name of the owner as to principal alone or as to both principal and interest under the terms and conditions as the governing boards may determine and shall sell the bonds in such manner as they may determine to be for the best interest of the state, taking into consideration the financial responsibility of the purchaser and the terms and conditions of the purchase and especially the availability of the proceeds of the bonds when required for payment of the cost of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities.

The proceeds of the bonds shall be used solely for the payment of the cost of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities and costs of issuance of the bonds, which costs shall be deemed to include the cost of site acquisition or construction thereof, the cost of all property, rights, easements and franchises deemed necessary or convenient therefor and for the improvements determined upon as provided in this article; interest upon bonds prior to and during construction or acquisition and for a reasonable period after completion of construction or of acquisition of the improvements; engineering, architectural and legal expenses; expense for estimates of cost and of revenues; expenses for plans, specifications and surveys; other expenses necessary or incidental to determining the feasibility or practicability of the improvements; and other expenses as may be necessary or incidental to the financing herein authorized and the construction or acquisition of the improvements and the placing thereof in operation. The bonds shall be authorized and approved by resolution of the appropriate governing board. If the proceeds of the bonds, by error or otherwise, shall be less than the cost of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities, additional parity bonds may in like manner be issued to provide the amount of the deficit and, unless otherwise provided in the trust agreement hereinafter mentioned, shall be deemed to be of the same issue and shall be entitled to payment from the same fund, without preference or priority of the bonds first issued for the same dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities. If the proceeds of bonds issued for any dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities shall exceed the cost thereof, the surplus shall be paid into the fund hereinafter provided for payment of the principal and interest of the bonds. The fund may be used for the purchase of any of the outstanding bonds payable from the fund at the market price, but not exceeding the price, if any, at which the bonds in the same year shall be redeemable and all bonds redeemed or purchased shall forthwith be cancelled and shall not again be issued.

Prior to the preparation of definitive bonds, the governing boards may under like restrictions issue temporary bonds, exchangeable for definitive bonds upon the issuance of the latter. The revenue bonds may be issued without any other proceedings or the happening of any other conditions and things than those proceedings, conditions and things which are specified and required by this article or by the constitution of the state.

WVC 18 - 23 - 17 §18-23-17. Agreements with trustees for bondholders.
The governing boards may enter into an agreement or agreements with any trust company or with any bank having trust powers, either within or outside of the state, as trustee for the holders of the bonds issued hereunder, setting forth therein such duties of the state and of the governing boards in respect of the acquisition, construction, erection, improvement, maintenance, operation, repair and insurance of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities, the conservation and application of all moneys, the insurance of moneys on hand or on deposit and the rights and remedies of the trustee and the holders of the bonds, as may be agreed on with the original purchasers of the bonds, and including therein provisions restricting the individual right of action of bondholders as is customary in trust agreements respecting bonds and debentures of corporations, protecting and enforcing the rights and remedies of the trustee and the bondholders and providing for approval by the original purchasers of the bonds, of the appointment of consulting engineers and of the security given by those who contract to make improvements and by any bank or trust company in which the proceeds of bonds or rents, fees or charges shall be deposited and for approval by the consulting engineers of all contracts for improvements. All expenses incurred in carrying out an agreement may be treated as a part of the cost of maintenance, operation and repair of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities affected by the agreement. Any agreement entered into by the governing boards shall be binding in all respects on the governing boards from time to time in accordance with its terms and all the provisions thereof shall be enforceable by appropriate proceedings at law or in equity, or otherwise.

WVC 18 - 23 - 18 §18-23-18.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 19 §18-23-19. Payment of principal and interest of construction bonds from revenues of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities; redemption of bonds.
Whenever bonds are issued for the construction, erection or equipment of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities or for the improvement or equipment of existing dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities, or for any or all of the purposes, as joint or several projects, for which a single or several issues of bonds may be issued within the discretion of the governing boards, rents, fees and charges shall be fixed, charged and collected in connection with the use or occupancy of, or service to be thereby rendered and furnished by, dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities of the particular state educational institution as the governing board thereof shall determine, and shall be so fixed or adjusted, as to provide a fund sufficient to pay the principal and interest of each issue of bonds and to provide an additional fund to pay the cost of maintaining, repairing, operating and insuring such dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities. Whenever bonds are issued to finance the construction and erection of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities, together with additions or extensions to existing dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities for students or teachers at state institutions of higher education, either the combined gross revenues derivable from all the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities or the separate gross revenues derivable from the dormitories, the housing facilities, the food service facilities or the motor vehicle parking facilities of the particular state institution of higher education as the governing board thereof shall determine, may be pledged to provide a fund sufficient to pay the principal and interest of the issue of bonds and of any other bonds thereafter issued for the same purpose and to provide an additional fund to pay the cost of maintaining, repairing, operating and insuring such dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities. Except as may otherwise be provided in the trust agreement authorized in section seventeen of this article, the rents, fees and charges from the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities for which a single issue of bonds is issued, in an amount sufficient to pay, when due, the principal of, redemption premium, if any, and interest on such bonds shall be transmitted each month to the municipal bond commission and by it placed in a special fund which is hereby pledged to and charged with the payment of the principal of the bonds and the interest thereon and to the redemption or repurchase of the bonds, the special fund to be a fund for all these bonds without distinction or priority of one over another. The moneys in the special fund, less any reserve for payment of interest, if not used by the municipal bond commission within a reasonable time for the purchase of bonds for cancellation at a price not exceeding the market price and not exceeding the redemption price, shall be applied to the redemption by lot of any bonds which by their terms are then redeemable, at the redemption price then applicable: Provided, That if said revenue bonds are sold to and purchased by the United States of America or any federal or public agency or department created under and by virtue of the laws of the United States of America, then at the option of the United States of America or such federal or public agency or department in lieu of the moneys being transmitted to the municipal bond commission and by it placed in a special fund the rents, fees and charges from the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities, in an amount sufficient to pay, when due, the principal of, redemption premium, if any, and interest on the bonds may be transmitted and paid to a trustee designated and named by the United States of America or a federal or public agency or department in its agreement and contract with the appropriate governing board, for the payment of the principal of such bonds and the interest thereon, under such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon.

WVC 18 - 23 - 20 §18-23-20. When dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities become property of state.
When the particular bonds for any dormitory or dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities and the interest on the bonds shall have been paid or a sufficient amount has been provided for their payment and shall continue to be held for that purpose, the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities shall thereafter be exclusively the property of the state of West Virginia and thereafter the rents, fees and charges collected for the use or occupancy of, or service rendered and furnished by, the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities shall be paid into the state board of investments as provided by the provisions of section two, article two, chapter twelve of this code, as amended, and used and expended for the benefit of the institution where collected: Provided, That nothing in this section precludes any governing board from pledging the rents, fees and charges to pay the principal and interest on any bonds thereafter issued to construct new or to improve existing dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities pursuant to section nineteen of this article. The rents, fees and charges shall be paid as may be provided in a trust agreement authorized pursuant to section seventeen of this article and in the absence of such trust agreement as provided in section nineteen of this article.

WVC 18 - 23 - 21 §18-23-21. State debt not to be incurred for dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities; federal and private assistance; provisions separable.
Nothing in these sections dealing with dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities may be so construed or interpreted as to authorize or permit the incurring of state debt of any kind or nature as contemplated by the constitution of this state in relation to the state debt. The dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities herein are of the character described as self-liquidating projects under the laws of this state.

Any governing board authorized to issue bonds under the provisions of this article is authorized and empowered to accept loans or grants or temporary advances for the purpose of paying part or all of the cost of construction of the dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities and the other purposes herein authorized, from the United States of America or a federal or public agency or department of the United States or any private agency, corporation or individual, which temporary advances may be repaid out of the proceeds of the bonds authorized to be issued under the provisions of this article and to enter into the necessary contracts and agreements to carry out the purposes hereof with the United States of America or a federal or public agency or department of the United States or with any private agency, corporation or individual. The provisions and parts of this section are separable and are not matters of mutual essential inducement and it is the intention to confer the whole or any part of the powers herein provided for and if any of the sections or provisions, or parts thereof, are for any reason illegal or invalid, it is the intention that the remaining sections and provisions or parts thereof shall remain in full force and effect.

WVC 18 - 23 - 22 §18-23-22.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 23 §18-23-23.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56. WVC 18 - 23 - 24 §18-23-24.
Repealed.

Acts, 2010 Reg. Sess., Ch. 56.

Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2013 1st Special Session
The WV Code Online is an unofficial copy of the annotated WV Code, provided as a convenience. It has NOT been edited for publication, and is not in any way official or authoritative.


Recent legislation affecting the Code

Citation Year/Session Short Title
§18 - 20 - 1 - (Amended Code)
SENATE BILL - 209
PASSED - Regular Session

SB209 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Allowing special needs students to participate in graduation ceremonies
§18 - 21 - 2 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 21 - 4 - (Amended Code)
SENATE BILL - 253
PASSED - Regular Session

SB253 SUB1 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 8 - 2 - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4003
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4003 SUB ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 2 - 5 A - (Amended Code)
§18 - 2 - 13 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 2 - 17 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 2 E- 5 B - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 2 E- 7 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 2 E- 8 B - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 2 G- 1 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 2 G- 2 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 2 G- 3 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 5 - 15 E - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 5 - 38 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 7 - 1 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 7 - 2 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 7 - 3 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 8 - 1 A - (Amended Code)
§18 - 9 A- 6 B - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 A- 14 A - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 A- 19 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 1 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 2 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 3 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 4 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 5 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 6 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 7 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 C- 8 - (Repealed Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4228
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4228 ENR SUB  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Repealing or removing certain portions of education-related statutes that have expired
§18 - 2 - 16 - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4270
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HB4270 SUB ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Relating to salaries of service employees of the state camp and conference center known as Cedar Lakes Conference Center
§18 - 9 - 2 - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4302
PASSED - Regular Session

hb4302 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Relating to elections for public school purposes
§18 - 2 - 5 H - (New Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4316
PASSED - Regular Session

hb4316 SUB ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 7 A- 14 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 7 A- 17 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 7 A- 18 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 7 A- 18 A - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4365
PASSED - Regular Session

hb4365 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Relating to employer remittance and reporting of Teachers Retirement System member contributions to the retirement board
§18 - 6 - 1 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 6 - 2 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 6 - 4 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 6 - 5 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 6 - 8 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 6 - 9 - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 6 - 10 - (Repealed Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4373
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HB4373 ENR SUB  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 20 - 1 C - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4384
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4384 SUB ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 20 - 10 - (New Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4608
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4608 SUB ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 2 E- 10 - (Amended Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4618
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4618 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
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§18 - 5 B- 3 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 5 B- 13 - (New Code)
HOUSE BILL - 4619
PASSED - Regular Session

HB4619 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/25/2014)
Authorizing innovation school districts
§18 - 9 A- 2 - (Amended Code)
§18 - 9 A- 2 A - (Repealed Code)
§18 - 9 A- 11 - (Amended Code)
SENATE BILL - 1009
PASSED - 1st Special Session

SB1009 ENR  (Uploaded - 03/26/2014)
Relating to computation of local share for public school support purposes
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