Monthly archives: January 2014

CONFIRMED: HB 63- Homeschool Sports Access Bill to be heard Monday morning

The “Tebow Bill” (HB 63) will go before the full House Education Committee on Monday, January 27th for a vote. This committee will meet at 8:30am in House Room D in the General Assembly Building at 910 Capitol Street in Richmond. Show your support…  By attending the hearing. We do not know if testimony will be allowed or not, but if […]

Hearing Scheduled for HB 63 on Wednesday, 1/22

Delegate Rob Bell (R-Charlottesville) has informed us that his bill, HB 63 (public school sports access for homeschoolers), is scheduled for a subcommittee hearing this Wednesday, January 22 on the first floor, House Room D of the General Assembly Building, at 910 Capitol Street in Richmond.  This subcommittee meets upon adjournment of the full House Education Committee, which commences at 8:30 a.m.  We have […]

Sports Access Proposed Again; Religious Exemption Threatened

The Virginia General Assembly opened its 2014 session this past Wednesday, January 8 and it has already produced many bills of interest to homeschoolers; some very positive, others concerning and one that is an outright threat.  As a result of these various bills and accompanying explanation, this will probably be the longest legislative announcement VaHomeschoolers has ever written […]


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