March 6, 2022 – AB 122 Final Vote on Tuesday

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On Friday, March 4, the Senate Committee on Education passed both “micro education pod” bills, AB 122 and SB 201, out of committee, and AB 122, which has already been passed by the Assembly, has been scheduled for a vote by the full Senate on Tuesday, March 8.

It is critical that WHPA members and supporters speak up in defense of our homeschooling law. You can find background and analysis of these bills on our website.

Call your Senator before Tuesday and ask them to vote NO on AB 122. (Find tips on our website.) This is the last chance to stop this bill in the legislature. If AB 122 is passed by the Senate, it will be presented to Gov. Evers for his signature or veto. (Learn more about the process here.)

For 38 years, WHPA has been working to protect our reasonable homeschooling law. Our greatest strength is our grassroots membership, which hails from across our state, and includes families of all kinds, from diverse backgrounds, faiths, political interests, and homeschooling styles. Homeschooling unites us all, and together we can defend the right of every parent in Wisconsin to direct the education of their own children. Please join WHPA in opposing AB 122 and this attempt to undermine the clear legal structure of homeschooling in Wisconsin.

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