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This Week’s Senate Calendar

31st Legislature of the Virgin Islands
Senate Calendar Week Beginning October 3
10 a.m.

Committee on Education and Workforce Development
Frits E. Lawaetz Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix
The committee has scheduled a meeting to receive testimony of the following bills:
Bill No. 31-0010 – An Act codifying the Parent-Student School Participation Act
Bill No. 31-0391 – An Act repealing and re-enacting with amendments Title 17, V.I.C., chapter 9, section 84, relating to instruction of children at home.
Tuesday, October 4
No committee meetings will be held today.
Wednesday, October 5
9:30 a.m.

Committee on Government Services, Consumer and Veterans Affairs
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
The committee has scheduled a meeting to consider the following bills:
9:30-11 a.m.
Bill No. 31-0365
– An Act to amend Title 33, V.I.C., chapter 113, by adding section 3101a providing for multi-year contracts
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Bill No. 31-0402
– An Act amending Title 20, V.I.C., chapter 33, section 33, relating to the placement of registration tickets on licensed vehicles
12:30-1:30 p.m. – LUNCH
1:30-3 p.m.
Bill No. 31- 0387
– An Act amending Title 3, V.I.C., chapter 33, pertaining to expedited government services
3-3:30 p.m.
Bill No. 31-0049
– An Act amending Title 20, V.I.C., chapter 47, adding section 704a relating to motor vehicle liability policies providing for reduction in automobile insurance premiums for drivers 50 years and older who complete an approved accident prevention course
3:30-4 p.m.
Bill No. 31-0173
— An Act amending Title 3, chapter 1, section 8b, to extend burial death benefits to veterans who were domiciled outside of the Virgin Islands at time of death
Thursday, October 6
Friday, October 7


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