House Accomplishments 2015
Sine Die (Latin meaning "without a fixed day") Adjournment fell on Thursday June 4, 2015 at 5:00pm and marked the end of this year's general legislative session. For a bill to have become law this year, it would have needed to pass both legislative chambers by Sine Die.
The House and Senate will now work over the next week and a half in "Conference Committees" to reach final agreements on bills that passed both chambers but still needed need the differences between them worked out into a final version that is acceptable to each body. At that point both chambers will come back to vote on the conference reports. The Governor will have 5 days to issue any vetoes and my colleagues will meet one last time to sustain or override her vetoes.
A list of descriptions and statuses of all of the major pieces of legislation that the House passed this year can be found on our new Updates page.
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