Amendments for HB13-1006

House Journal, March 8
32 HB13-1006 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
33 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
34 recommendation:
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36 Amend printed bill, page 4, line 4, strike "AND EACH".
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38 Page 4, line 5, strike "YEAR THEREAFTER," and strike "(c)" and substitute
39 "(d)".
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41 Page 4, line 6, strike "SEVENTY" and substitute "EIGHTY".
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43 Page 4, line 10, strike "SEVENTY" and substitute "EIGHTY".
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45 Page 4, after line 14 insert:
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47 "(b) BEGINNING IN THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR, AND EACH YEAR
48 THEREAFTER, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED FOR IN THIS SUBSECTION (3) AND
49 SUBSECTION (4) OF THIS SECTION, EACH PUBLIC SCHOOL IN THE STATE
50 THAT HAS SEVENTY PERCENT OR MORE STUDENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR
51 FREE OR REDUCED-COST LUNCH UNDER THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM IN
52 THE PRIOR SCHOOL YEAR SHALL OFFER A FREE BREAKFAST TO EACH
53 STUDENT IN THE SCHOOL. IF A PUBLIC SCHOOL FALLS BELOW THE SEVENTY
54 PERCENT THRESHOLD FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE YEARS, IT HAS THE OPTION
55 TO CONTINUE PARTICIPATING IN THE PROGRAM BUT IS NOT REQUIRED TO
56 DO SO. A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR CHARTER SCHOOL THAT DOES NOT
1 PARTICIPATE IN THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM IS NOT REQUIRED TO
2 PARTICIPATE.".
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4 Reletter succeeding paragraphs accordingly.
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House Journal, March 13
14 Amendment No. 1, Education Report, dated January 30, 2013, and
15 placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, January
16 31, 2013, page(s) 134.
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18 Amendment No. 2, Appropriations Report, dated March 8, 2013, and
19 placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, March
20 8, 2013, page(s) 517-518.
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22 Amendment No. 3, by Representative(s) Moreno.
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24 Amend printed bill, page 4, strike lines 22 and 23 and substitute:
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26 "(c) SMALL RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS, AS DEFINED BY THE
27 DEPARTMENT, THAT HAVE A STUDENT POPULATION OF FEWER THAN ONE
28 THOUSAND ARE".
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30 Page 4, line 24, strike "HUNDRED STUDENTS IS".
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32 Page 4, after line 25 insert:
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34 "(5) A SCHOOL THAT HAS SEVENTY PERCENT OR MORE STUDENTS
35 RECEIVING FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH UNDER THE SCHOOL LUNCH
36 PROGRAM AND THAT HAS A STATE-LICENSED BEFORE-SCHOOL CARE
37 PROGRAM MAY OPT TO OFFER ITS BREAKFAST PROGRAM DURING THE
38 BEFORE-SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM TO THOSE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUCH
39 PROGRAM RATHER THAN AFTER THE BELL. THE SCHOOL MUST OFFER
40 BREAKFAST AFTER THE BELL TO ANY STUDENT WHO DOES NOT
41 PARTICIPATE IN THE BEFORE-SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM.
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43 (6) ALL BREAKFASTS SERVED IN A PROGRAM REQUIRED BY THIS
44 ARTICLE MUST COMPLY WITH FEDERAL MEAL PATTERNS AND NUTRITION
45 STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAMS THAT ARE SET FORTH IN
46 THE FEDERAL "HEALTHY, HUNGER-FREE KIDS ACT OF 2010", PUB.L.
47 111-296, AND ANY REGULATIONS OR RULES INTERPRETING THAT ACT.".
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49 Amendment No. 4, by Representative(s) Murray.
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51 Amend printed bill, page 5, after line 11 insert:
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53 "(3) ANY FEDERAL OR STATE MONEYS RECEIVED BY ANY SCHOOL
54 OR SCHOOL DISTRICT AS REIMBURSEMENT FOR BREAKFASTS SERVED
55 PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE MUST ONLY BE USED FOR THE FOOD AND
1 OPERATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SCHOOL'S OR SCHOOL DISTRICT'S FOOD
2 SERVICE PROGRAM.".
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4 As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the Calendar for Third
5 Reading and Final Passage.