Prop 20 voting...

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    Prop 20 voting...

    Delegates voted 195-78, with two abstentions, to enact the measure, which needed a two-thirdsí majority, or 184 votes, to pass. Of the 282 KHSAA member schools, including 234 public schools, 275 attended the meeting.
    The measure will be considered Friday by the 18-member KHSAA Board of Control. The board then will send it to the state Board of Education with either a positive or negative recommendation. If the Board of Education approves it, the proposal would go to the General Assembly for consideration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les
    Delegates voted 195-78, with two abstentions, to enact the measure, which needed a two-thirdsí majority, or 184 votes, to pass. Of the 282 KHSAA member schools, including 234 public schools, 275 attended the meeting.
    The measure will be considered Friday by the 18-member KHSAA Board of Control. The board then will send it to the state Board of Education with either a positive or negative recommendation. If the Board of Education approves it, the proposal would go to the General Assembly for consideration.
    All I can say is that if this gets to the General Assembly, then everyone better contact their respective representative on this issue regardless of which side you are on regarding Prop 20. If we inundate them with so many calls, letters, emails, etc., perhaps they pay more attention to how the KHSAA conducts their business.

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    I totally agree.

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    According to the Kentucky Enquirer, our representative to the KBOE is against it. Hope he gets the support he needs. Does anyone know how the vote went today?

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