Legislative Update

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The 2018 Regular Session begins January 8, 2018 and ends on or by March 8, 2018.  The Government Affairs Committee will update this page as news becomes available.

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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

January 17, 2018

The Second Week of the 2018 Session


Week one of the 2018 session is done and we are in the midst of week two. 

Below are the bill deadlines for the 2018 session:

January 8, 2018First Day of Session
February 2, 2018Last day to read in committee reports (pass bills out of committee and read them into the record on the floor) in house of origin, except House fiscal committees and Senate Ways & Means and Transportation committees.
February 6, 2018Last day to read in committee reports (pass bills out of committee and read them into the record on the floor) from House fiscal committees and Senate Ways & Means and Transportation committees in house of origin.
February14, 2018Last day to consider (pass) bills in house of origin (5 p.m.).
February 23, 2018Last day to read in committee reports (pass bills out of committee and read them into the record on the floor) from opposite house, except House fiscal committees and Senate Ways & Means and Transportation committees.
February 26,2018Last day to read in opposite house committee reports (pass bills out of committee and read them into the record on the floor) from House fiscal committees and Senate Ways & Means and Transportation committees.
March 2, 2018*Last day to consider (pass) opposite house bills (5 p.m.) (except initiatives and alternatives to initiatives, budgets and matters necessary to implement budgets, differences between the houses, and matters incident to the interim and closing of the session).
March 8, 2018Last day allowed for regular session under state constitution.


* After the 54th day, only initiatives, alternatives to initiatives, budgets and matters necessary to implement budgets, matters that affect state revenue, messages pertaining to amendments, differences between the houses, and matters incident to the interim and closing of the session may be considered.

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