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Friday, February 10, 2012 - 02:05 PM

House Reads Three Bills for Second Time
In today's floor session, the members of the House presented a citation to representatives from colleges throughout the state. Three bills were also read for a second time.

Among those bills was House Bill 4012, which would remove the Commissioner of the Bureau for Public Health from certain boards. House Bill 4101 was also read for a second time. This bill would authorize teacher-in-residence programs for certain prospective teachers in lieu of student teaching. Lastly, House Bill 4122 was read a second time. This bill relates to alternative programs for teacher education.

In addition to the bills on second reading, 17 bills were introduced. One is House Bill 4483, which relates to sexting of minors.

The House is adjourned until 1 P.M. on Monday.

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