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Higher Education Legislation

The 2015 Higher Education Bill List - By Number

House Bills
HB1314 Student eligibility for in-state tuition at public institutions of higher education; state subsidy. (Davis)
HB1316 Virginia Retirement System; average final compensation. (Toscano)
HB1320 Teacher licensure renewal; college credit. (Farrell)
HB1321 Public institutions of higher education; student right to representation at proceedings. (Morris)
HB1322 Public institutions of higher education; officially recognized student organizations. (Morris)
HB1323 Students and officially recognized student organizations; proceedings for policy violations. (Morris)
HB1334 Students' personally identifiable information. (Landes)
HB1335 Education; agency coordination. (Landes)
HB1336 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; policy on course credit at public institutions. (Landes)
HB1343 Campus police departments; sexual assault reporting. (Eileen Filler-Corn)
HB1356 In-state tuition; students granted Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Action. (Ramadan)
HB1380 Higher education institutions, four-year public; dual enrollment programs. (Farrell (by request))
 
House Joint Resolutions
HJ501 Study; JLARC; reorganization of law-enforcement agencies; report. (Landes)
 
Senate Bills
SB681 Minimum wage; increases from its current federally mandated level to $8.00 per hour. (Marsden)
SB687 Virginia Retirement System; limitations on average final compensation. (Marsden)
SB688 Voter identification; accepted forms of identification. (Ebbin)
SB712 Higher education; reporting of sexual assault, penalty. (Black)
SB712 Higher education; reporting of sexual assault, penalty. (Black)
SB717 Medical school scholarships; expands eligibility for program. (Stanley)
SB722 In-state tuition; students granted Temporary Protected Status, etc. (Black)
 
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