New provision for C/O fund purchases passed to House floor
It’s been nothing but unanimous votes in favor of a new provision for purchases with capital outlay.
The Senate Education committee, then the Senate floor and most recently the House Education committee unanimously supported Senate Bill 174, which permits capital outlay funding to be used to purchase or renew instructional software.
ASBSD supports the bill with Executive Director Wade Pogany noting the bill is “a good clarification” in statute on what capital outlay funds can be used for and “helps the schools tremendously.”
SB 174 now heads to the House floor on the consent calendar, where it will be voted on and likely end up on Gov. Kristi Noem’s desk for review and signature.
For updates on this bill and others from the 2020 legislative session, check the ASBSD Blog and Bill Tracker page.
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