New provision for C/O fund purchases put in statute
It wasn’t unanimous, but a new provision for purchases with capital outlay reached the Governor’s desk.
House members voted 50-18 to pass Senate Bill 174, which permits capital outlay funding to be used to purchase or renew instructional software. Votes on the bill had previously been all “Yes.”
“Today’s modern classroom is so much different than the traditional classroom,” Rep. Erin Healy told fellow Representatives. “We are implementing new ways to instruct and educate.”
ASBSD supports the bill, which was signed into law by Gov. Kristi Noem.
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