It is interesting and really tedious to compare HB 4276 with SB 2518 and the SB 2804, the version that won the unanimous vote of approval; I am certain that it will change further before final passage. I recommend it only to the true policy mavens among my readers. Like with the Rosie D. settlement, the devil is in the details. What a monumentous task this thing has taken on, to try to create a system for parents that can produce some results for their children.
The bill is not yet on the Ways and Means Committee docket on the website. I suspect it will appear sometime next week. One hopes that they will be able to tend to this before adjournment.