Status Summary

First reading, referred to Appropriations on 1.19.21.

Public hearing in the House Committee on Appropriations on 2.2.21.

Scheduled for executive session in the House Committee on Appropriations on 2.4.21; 1st substitute bill passed.

Referred to Rules 2 Review on 2.8.21.

Rules Committee relieved of further consideration. Placed on second reading on 2.23.21.

1st substitute bill substituted.

Floor amendment(s) adopted.

Rules suspended. Placed and passed on Third Reading on 2.25.21.

In the Senate

First reading, referred to Early Learning & K-12 Education on 3.1.21.

Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Early Learning & K-12 Education on 3.15.21. 

Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Early Learning & K-12 Education on 3.19.21; majority pass and refer to Ways & Means.

Referred to Ways & Means on 3.22.21.

Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Ways & Means on 3.30.21. 

Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Ways & Means on 4.2.21; majority pass with amendments and passed to Rules Committee for second reading.

Placed on second reading by Rules Committee on 4.6.21.

Committee amendment(s) adopted with no other amendments.  Rules suspended. Placed and passed on Third Reading on 4.10.21.

In the House

House concurred in Senate amendments. Passed final passage on 4.14.21.

Speaker signed on 4.20.21.

In the Senate

President signed on 4.21.21.

Other than legislative action

Delivered to Governor on 4.22.21.

(updated 4.30.21)

No change 4.30.21

Legislative Session

2021

Status

In Progress

Sponsor

Berg

HB1273 requires school districts and private schools to make menstrual hygiene products available at no cost in all gender-neutral bathrooms and bathrooms designated for female students located in schools that serve students in any grades six through twelve, beginning in the 2022-23 school year.  HB1273 also requires institutions of higher education to meet the same requirement, beginning in the 2022-23 school year. 

Such menstrual hygiene products must include sanitary napkins, tampons, or similar items, and school districts, private schools, and institutions of higher education must now bear the cost of supplying menstrual hygiene products. 

School districts, private schools, including charter schools and state-tribal compact schools, and institutions of higher education may seek grants or partner with nonprofit or community-based organizations to fulfill this obligation.

Companion Bill