Senate panel guts House proposal on preschool education

"I would say to my friends in the House of Representatives with whom I serve, 'Do not walk the plank and vote for a bill that can not pass the Senate and then have to face the consequences of that vote", Cotton told ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos.

But members of the House State Affairs Committee also told witnesses and other lawmakers that Senate Bill 4 by state Sen.

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A House Democrat who filed a satirical bill that would fine men for masturbation complained she was targeted by Republicans for retribution on Tuesday. Primarily, charter schools receive government funding but operate separately from the public school system in which they are located.

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In a friend of the court brief filed in Hawaii federal court, they implored the court to suspend Trump's new immigration order. Watson said he wasn't convinced the order itself has religious connotations.

According to the Texas Tribune, the Texas Senate on Tuesday tentatively signed off on the so-called "bathroom bill" on a 21-10 vote.

Chris Cook, managing director of the office of communications and marketing at Texas Tech, said university officials are monitoring the bill, but Tech hasn't taken a position.

Under the bill, charter schools would be exempted from many state regulations, which supporters say will allow for innovation and better education of students.

The Senate approved a similar bill previous year that also included proposed constitutional amendments involving hunting rights and eminent domain.

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Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would close gaps in checking the backgrounds of people who work with children in schools and camps and as babysitters. It passed the Senate in a 31-18 vote, mostly along party lines, but it never got a hearing in the House.

Sen. Gerald Neal unsuccessfully attempted to make amendments to HB 520 to "help strengthen bill".

He also criticized the process of passing the bill: "This is not a game". David Givens (R) said. Ray Jones, II (D) said. Many said it will wreak economic damage, as conventions, sporting events and businesses have indicated they would leave the state if the bill is passed.

Bevin was among those who testified in support of the legislation during the committee meeting early Friday morning.

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Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Whitney Westerfield said he will not consider a proposal that would give the governor the exclusive authority to represent the state in some civil lawsuits. "We should be working towards smart and compassionate policies that allow these residents to work and live out of the shadows, not drive them further into the darkness", Rep. Blanco said.