Carl's Capitol Comments

HB3820 not heard; would have allowed county tax assessors to communicate


Another deadline week has come and gone at the state Capitol. April 28 was the third-reading deadline for bills to advance from the opposite chamber. In total, the Senate ended up passing 242 House measures, while the House advanced 214 Senate measures.

We started this session with 1,502 bills and joint or concurrent resolutions filed in the House and 797 in the Senate. We also had 1701 House measures and 796 Senate measures still available from the first session of the 58th Legislature. So only 456 bills made it out of both chambers out of 2,299 bills that started session. This shows the amou...

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