A Senate bill intended to fix issues with the state’s student transfer law could cost more than $200 million dollars to implement next fiscal year. That’s according to legislative researchers. The bill would give students in struggling schools more options to transfer to better performing ones within their district. Some of the more expensive provisions could threaten the bill’s chances of passing at a time when Governor Nixon is already restricting spending because of slow revenue growth. The house has passed a similar bill without as many pricey provisions that’s estimated to cost around $13.5 million dollars next fiscal year.