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Today I want to share with you some details on the Legislative Schedule as we move forward.
In addition to scheduling morning floor debate on Tuesday, February 16, I plan to schedule morning floor debate on Tuesday, March 2. The afternoon of both days will be devoted to public hearings.
The mornings of March 9, 10, and 11 will be floor debate with the afternoon available for public hearings and/or executive sessions. Friday, March 12 will be a 9:00 a.m. check-in day, with the full-day available for Friday committees to utilize. All committees, other than the Judiciary Committee, have been directed to schedule their final day of public hearings by March 4; Judiciary Committee’s last day of scheduled public hearings will be March 12. For committees other than the Judiciary Committee, the week of March 9 will be available for executive sessions and Covid-related public hearing “make-up days” if circumstances warrant a committee canceling a public hearing due to the full committee quarantining due to a Covid exposure.
All day floor debate will begin on March 15.