Practical Solutions to Everyday Issues
“The House Republican Caucus is unified and committed to advancing policies that help people in practical ways with the problems that matter most to them.”Speaker-designee Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights)
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House Republicans have introduced legislation for the 2018 General Assembly Session, advancing practical solutions to everyday issues.
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“When students and parents provide colleges and universities with their personal information, they should not have to worry that that information will be made public and used inappropriately,” said Delegate Tony Wilt (R-Rockingham), who introduced the legislation after pledging to do so earlier this fall. “In the past, political activist groups and campaigns were accessing this data, unbeknownst to students or their parents. This bill will put a stop to that by giving students and parents direct control over how their personal information is used.”
“Too many high school students are working hard and spending extra money for dual enrollment courses, only to get accepted to a two- or four-year institution and find out their dual enrollment courses will not transfer,” said House Education Committee Chairman R. Steven Landes (R-Augusta), who will carry House Bill 3. “This bill sets a clear policy on dual enrollment, eliminating confusion and making sure our kids can start their higher education learning with credits they earned in high school.”