- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
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Committee on FinanceIntroducedMarch 31st, 2009
- senate Committees
The wording is a bit vague and eligible programs need to agree to submit data of a funded program effectiveness, and the data be reviewed and used to determine future eligibility but yes. Wait, "art" needs to be removed. Not that I am against art in any way, but unless we want to include all creative development, and suddenly fund piano lessons and coaching for the next Little Miss pageant then, no. Scholarships should be used for athletic and creative development "tutoring".