Coming up this week (March 25 – 29):

This week the legislature will meet for only three days. They reconvene on April 1 and the final day of the regular session is Friday, April 5. Then the only bills that can be considered in the veto session – which starts May 1 – are bills that have been vetoed by the Governor and the final Omnibus Reconciliation Appropriations bill. However, if Joint House/Senate Rule 4K is invoked, bills in conference committees and exempt bills can also be debated.

There have been 235 Senate bills filed and 407 House bills filed. To this point there have been 7 Senate bills sent to the Governor and 3 House bills sent to the Governor. Medicaid expansion and funding for Public Education have not been passed.

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