Changes could be coming to UIL school sports via the Texas Legislature
The House Public Education Committee had what Chair Dan Huberty, R-Houston, called a smorgasbord of a day Tuesday afternoon with a wide variety of bills, including two regarding the University Interscholastic League, or UIL, which facilitates 14 different sports in Texas public schools. Two bills heard in committee Tuesday aimed to make competitions safer for those competing. The first, House Bill 1075 by state Rep. Ed Thompson, R-Pearland, would mandate the frequency and schedule of background checks for sports officials at UIL games.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock