84(R) - 2015
to a prohibition on the use and possession of e-cigarettes on school
property or at school-related or school-sanctioned activities.
No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
No fiscal implication to local governments is anticipated.
SB 96 would amend the Education Code to prohibit possession and smoking of e-cigarettes on school property and school sanctioned events. This is an addition to the code that already bans tobacco.
Vote Recommendation Notes
No changes were made in House committee.
First chamber recommendation:
This bill neither
affirms nor abridges the liberty principles upon which we base our vote
recommendations, therefore we are neutral on SB 96.