FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky House has passed legislation aimed at ensuring that mental health-related absences from school are excused for students.

The bipartisan measure heads to the Senate after clearing the House on a 94-0 vote Tuesday.

Under the bill, each Kentucky school district’s student attendance policy would have to include provisions for excused absences due to a student’s mental or behavioral health status.

The bill makes no changes regarding the number of excused absences that are allowed.

Three students discussed the bill’s importance at a recent House committee hearing.