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CT Passes Law to STOP Parent Felony Arrest for Zip-Code Violations

CT Passes Law to STOP Parent Felony Arrest for Zip-Code Violations

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VICTORY FOR CT PARENTS! GOVERNOR MALLOY SIGNS LAW TO STOP FELONY ARREST OF PARENTS FOR SCHOOL RESIDENCY/ZIP-CODE LAW VIOLATONS

A HUGE civil rights victory for Connecticut parents. Connecticut first state to legally stop the felony arrest of parents seeking safe and high quality schools for their children!
With the Connecticut Parents Union leading the charge, parents across the state of Connecticut and across the country applaud the efforts of Deputy Majority Whip Bruce Morris which led the House of Representatives last month in passing House Bill 6677, which stops the felony arrest of parents that enroll their children in schools outside of their zip-code. This was clearly a bi-partisan effort with “almost” unanimous approval.
The legislation was passed on consent in the Senate and signed into law Monday, June 24, 2013 by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. http://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/act/pa/pdf/2013PA-00211-R00HB-06677-PA.pdf
VICTORY FOR CT PARENTS! GOVERNOR MALLOY SIGNS LAW TO STOP FELONY ARREST OF PARENTS FOR SCHOOL RESIDENCY/ZIP-CODE LAW VIOLATONS

A HUGE civil rights victory for Connecticut parents. Connecticut first state to legally stop the felony arrest of parents seeking safe and high quality schools for their children!
With the Connecticut Parents Union leading the charge, parents across the state of Connecticut and across the country applaud the efforts of Deputy Majority Whip Bruce Morris which led the House of Representatives last month in passing House Bill 6677, which stops the felony arrest of parents that enroll their children in schools outside of their zip-code. This was clearly a bi-partisan effort with “almost” unanimous approval.
The legislation was passed on consent in the Senate and signed into law Monday, June 24, 2013 by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. http://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/act/pa/pdf/2013PA-00211-R00HB-06677-PA.pdf

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Published by: Gwen Samuel on Jun 28, 2013
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