Senate bill 1291 early release


2 senatebillno.1291 3 byeducationcommittee 1 anact 2 relating to the school turnaround act; amending title 33, idaho code, by 3 the addition of a new chapter 61, title 33, idaho code, to provide a 4 short title, to provide definitions, to provide for the designation 5 of low-performing schools, to provide for a certain committee, to es- -Senate Unfinished Business. SB 1226-- This bill adjusts fiscal audit requirements for vendors working with the developmentally disabled. -Signed into law. SB 1291-- Improves the delivery, accountability, and coordination of mandated mental health services provided by school districts to eligible students. -Signed into law. Sen. Steve Pierce is trying to increase the number of non-violent state prisoners who get released early into an intensive transition program that seeks to reduce the chances of people returning to prison. His Senate Bill 1390 sailed through the Senate Judiciary and Appropriations committees on unanimous votes Feb. 19 and Feb. 24, respectively. SB 1291, Beall. Medi-Cal: specialty mental health: minor and nonminor dependents. Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health Care Services, under which qualified low-income individuals receive health care services, including specialty mental health services. Earned Release Credit. 41-1604.07. Earned release credits; forfeiture; restoration 4 . Pursuant to rules adopted by the director, each prisoner who is in the eligible earned release credit class shall be allowed an earned release credit of one day for every six days served, including time served in county jails, except for those prisoners who are sentenced to serve the full term of ...