Here are the morning dockets for both chambers of the legislature.
The day starts at 9:00am in the House, & 9:30am in the Senate.
Citizens may watch the proceedings at the capitol using a webcast system set up by the legislature, at:
Afternoon dockets (and unforeseen surprises) are not yet revealed.
House of Representative Docket:
Senate GENERAL ORDER
HB 3168 By Hickman of the House and Bingman of the Senate
State Capitol Building; authorizing Capitol Improvement Authority to issue obligations for repair; effective date.
HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILLS
SB 1552 By Dahm et al of the Senate and Brumbaugh et al of the House
Physician licensure; directing Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision and State Board of Osteopathic Examiners to revoke licenses for performing abortion. Effective date.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS
SB 615 By Sparks of the Senate and Thomsen of the House
Licensed Dietitian Act; broadening certain definition; providing penalties for violations. Effective date.
SJR 68 By Jolley et al of the Senate and Mulready of the House
Constitutional amendment; repealing sections in Article XXVIII; enacting new sections in Article XXVIIIA; providing for regulation of alcoholic beverages. Ballot title.
HB 2360 By Rousselot et al of the House and Barrington of the Senate
Counties; modifying purchasing procedure for certain fire protection districts and fire departments; bond coverage or certain liability insurance; effective date; emergency.
HB 3126 By Cockroft et al of the House and Smalley et al of the Senate
9-1-1 emergency services; creating the 9-1-1 Management Authority Act; effective dates.