Va. lawmaker proposes school-supply vouchers – The Virginian
February 11, 2015 - School Supplies
A House subcommittee Tuesday tabled a check to yield a $100 annual document to low-income families to compensate for propagandize reserve and clothing, though a thought might still have a possibility of passing.
The check (SB1421) by state Sen. Chuck Colgan, D-Prince William, would have combined a Back-to-School Supplies and Clothing Allowance Program, providing $100 for each school-age child whose family is authorised for food stamps.
But a bid isn’t passed yet. It’s also enclosed in a Senate’s chronicle of a check and so still has a possibility of passing, Colgan said.
The Senate has due $3.5 million for a program, saved by sovereign food stamp grants.
The House’s chronicle wanting appropriation for a program, that also was due in a check amendment by Del. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Prince William, according to members of a House’s Appropriations Health and Human Resources Subcommittee. The subcommittee voted down Colgan’s check Tuesday though pronounced it will be reconsidered with check negotiations.
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