LobbyUp: Calendar

Calendar: Jan. 23, 2019 - Jan. 31, 2019

Date Time Location Description Files
20190123-00:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 00:00AM  

AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE

20190123-00:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 00:00AM  

(Meeting Cancelled) JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190123-07:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 07:00AM OSC

* LEGISLATIVE PRAYER CAUCUS

20190123-08:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 08:00AM Room 130

* VETERANS' CAUCUS

20190123-08:30:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 08:30AM OSC

* SENATOR DAVIS

20190123-09:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 09:00AM Room A, MAC

JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM OSC

REVENUE & TAX - SENATE

20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 171

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE


Bills on agenda:
  • SB 12: to amend the definition of "neglect" and the law concerning closures of child maltreatment investigations; and to make certain acts of a parent, guardian, custodian, or foster parent noncriminal.
  • SB 90: to amend the law concerning evidence presented during probable cause hearings held under the arkansas juvenile code of 1989.
  • SB 10: prohibiting a registered sex offender from participating in certain halloween-related activities.
  • SB 78: concerning the fee to attend a victim impact panel that is required by law of any person convicted of driving or boating while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a chemical test, or possession of alcohol by a minor.
  • SB 8: to prohibit a registered sex offender from recording a person under fourteen (14) years of age in certain circumstances; and to prohibit the unlawful use of a recording of a person under fourteen (14) years of age online.
  • SB 7: to allow members of the general assembly to attend hearings held under the arkansas juvenile code of 1989.
  • SB 13: concerning drug testing under the child maltreatment act; concerning child maltreatment investigation reports; to amend the definition of "neglect"; and to amend the law concerning investigative determinations.
  • SB 89: to amend the law concerning the closed and confidential nature of records under the arkansas juvenile code of 1989.
  • SB 14: concerning the fee to attend a victim impact panel that is required by law of any person convicted of driving or boating while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a chemical test, or possession of alcohol by a minor.
  • SB 109: to amend the offense of battery in the first degree; and to declare an emergency.
  • SB 91: to amend the law concerning the resumption of services for certain parents.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 149

INSURANCE & COMMERCE- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1125: to prohibit an insurer from requiring payment for healthcare services through gift cards, credit cards, or virtual credit cards.
  • HB 1068: to repeal the ability to enforce a covenant not to compete agreement.
  • HB 1103: to repeal the arkansas healthcare transparency initiative act of 2015; and to repeal the arkansas healthcare transparency initiative fund.
  • HB 1027: to require an insurer to provide coverage for rental car reimbursement until an insured's damaged motor vehicle is repaired.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 130

AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1129: to amend the law concerning the military support revolving fund; and to allow the deposit of federal reimbursements into the military support revolving fund.
  • HB 1030: an act to establish arkansas music appreciation day.
  • HB 1022: concerning the civil and criminal liability of mandated reporters who act in good faith.
  • HB 1128: to amend the law concerning the authority of the governor to order the militia into service; and to authorize the use of the militia to address cybersecurity threats and cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
  • HB 1127: to amend the law concerning the removal of an officer from the arkansas national guard; and to declare an emergency.
  • HR 1007: to recognize the central arkansas veterans healthcare system wood lathe pen turning program.
  • HR 1003: to congratulate the bryant hornets football team on winning the 2018 class 7a state championship.
  • HB 1010: to provide immunity from criminal prosecution and a defense to a civil action to a mandated reporter who contacts the child abuse hotline in good faith.
  • HR 1006: to encourage law enforcement to suspend contact and outreach with the council on american-islamic relations.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 207

EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE


Bills on agenda:
  • SB 108: to repeal arkansas code § 10-3-1002 concerning an annual evaluation of vocational-technical courses by the legislative council, the house committee on education, and the senate committee on education.
  • SB 96: to repeal the housing construction program created for state-supported technical institutes that offer courses of training in the building trades; and to repeal the building trades revolving fund.
  • SB 56: to amend the membership of the arkansas higher education coordinating board.
  • SB 118: to require campus free speech policies.
  • SB 119: to amend the law concerning the role of the department of career education with respect to riverside vocational and technical school.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 151

STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1180: to amend the arkansas procurement law; to amend the law concerning state contracts; and to amend the law concerning cooperative purchasing.
  • HB 1072: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of health; to transfer various state agencies; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1165: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of the military; to transfer various state agencies; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1152: to amend the law concerning the filing deadlines for elections involving an independent candidate.
  • HB 1119: to amend the law concerning the appointment and commission of a notary public; and to allow a nonresident spouse of a united states military service member to be a notary public.
  • HB 1162: to amend the law concerning the content, term, and review of contracts procured by the state; to require the use of performance-based contracts; and to amend vendor performance report requirements.
  • HB 1116: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of the inspector general; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1215: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of energy and environment; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1118: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of parks, heritage, and tourism; to transfer various state agencies; to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1070: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1151: to allow the employment of special counsel by a state official or entity in certain circumstances; and to require special counsel to obtain approval by the attorney general before entering into certain agreements.
  • HB 1117: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to transfer various state agencies and to establish the cabinet-level department of agriculture; and to declare and emergency.
  • HB 1179: to amend the delegation authority of the state procurement director; and to amend the law concerning protests of solicitations and awards under the arkansas procurement law.
  • HB 1216: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of public safety; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1178: to amend the laws concerning various procurement methods; to provide for the training and certification of procurement officials; and to require additional legislative review of procurement rules.
  • HB 1071: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of veteran affairs; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1161: to amend the review and reporting requirements for service contracts; to amend the law concerning vehicle leases by state agencies; and to provide for the tracking and reporting of contracts procured by state agencies.
  • HB 1181: to amend the law concerning the procurement of design services contracts.
  • HB 1166: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of human services; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1115: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of corrections; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1004: to create the arkansas voter integrity and security act; to require automatic voter registration; to amend arkansas constitution, amendment 51; and to amend the law concerning elections and voting.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room 272

PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE


Bills on agenda:
  • SB 16: to amend the rabies control act regarding vaccinations against rabies for animals.
  • SB 2: to create the down syndrome discrimination by abortion prohibition act.
  • SB 3: to require additional reporting requirements by certain physicians and healthcare facilities for abortion complications.
  • SB 115: to provide exceptions to the minimum wage law for individuals under eighteen, educational institutions, employers with fewer than fifty employees, and nonprofit organizations and to amend the law impacting initiated act 5 of 2018.
20190123-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 10:00AM Room B, MAC

CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1174: to amend civil service system law concerning age of eligibility.
  • HB 1163: to amend the law concerning municipal ordinance codification by reference.
  • HB 1025: to amend the law concerning the number of voting centers in a city of the second class.
  • HB 1033: concerning the use of city jails in the event of an emergency.
  • HB 1041: to amend the law concerning the award procedure for certain public contracts.
20190123-12:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 12:00PM Room B, MAC

HOUSE RULES


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1150: to amend arkansas constitution, amendment 98, to modify the definition of "qualifying medical condition".
  • SCR 1: to adopt the joint rules of the senate and the house of representatives of the ninety-second general assembly.
  • HR 1005: to amend the rules of the house of representatives of the ninety-second general assembly.
  • HB 1107: to amend title 3 of the arkansas code regarding permits for alcoholic beverage businesses; to amend the population ratio for permits to sell off-premises; and to authorize the transfer of permits across county lines.
  • HB 1209: to rename the house committee on public transportation; and to reassign subject matter among the interim committees of the house representatives.
  • HB 1032: concerning obscene materials; to be known as the "human trafficking and child exploitation prevention act"; and to provide for internet blocking capability.
  • HB 1212: to extend the sunset date for the arkansas medical marijuana special privilege tax act of 2017.
20190123-13:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 13:00PM  

SENATE CONVENES

20190123-13:30:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 13:30PM  

HOUSE CONVENES

20190123-14:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 14:00PM Room 151

STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1115: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of corrections; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1166: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of human services; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1165: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of the military; to transfer various state agencies; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1071: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of veteran affairs; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1004: to create the arkansas voter integrity and security act; to require automatic voter registration; to amend arkansas constitution, amendment 51; and to amend the law concerning elections and voting.
  • HB 1216: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of public safety; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1118: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish the cabinet-level department of parks, heritage, and tourism; to transfer various state agencies; to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1070: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1116: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of the inspector general; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1215: an act to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of energy and environment; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1117: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to transfer various state agencies and to establish the cabinet-level department of agriculture; and to declare and emergency.
  • HB 1072: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of health; to transfer various state agencies; and to declare an emergency.
  • HB 1178: to amend the laws concerning various procurement methods; to provide for the training and certification of procurement officials; and to require additional legislative review of procurement rules.
20190123-15:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 15:00PM Room 138

* RED TAPE REDUCTION WORKING GROUP

20190123-15:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 15:00PM Room 149

ENERGY - JOINT

20190123-15:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 23 2019, 15:00PM OSC

* SENATOR TOM COBURN

20190124-00:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 00:00AM  

AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - SENATE

20190124-00:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 00:00AM  

CITY, COUNTY & LOCAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190124-00:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 00:00AM Room A, MAC

JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

20190124-08:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 08:00AM OSC

* SENATOR EADS

20190124-08:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 08:00AM Room A, MAC

JBC-PEER REVIEW

20190124-09:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 09:00AM Room 138

EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1021: to amend the requirements regarding training and instruction required of a newly elected school board member.
  • HB 1008: to amend the deadline by which newly elected school board members must obtain required audit report training and instruction.
  • HB 1175: to amend the deadline by which a student who has a parent or guardian who resides on a military base may apply for a transfer under the public school choice act and the arkansas opportunity public school choice act.
  • HB 1003: to amend the antibullying policy; to require antibullying training; to create the positions of antibullying specialist and district antibullying coordinator; and to establish a week of kindness.
  • HB 1020: to allow out-of-state teaching experience to be considered when determining a teacher's salary schedule.
  • HB 1223: to allow certain part-time public school employees to participate in the state and public school life and health insurance program.
  • HB 1007: to allow a school district to adopt a policy to accept out-of-state teaching experience for purposes of determining salary.
  • HB 1019: to require video cameras in certain classrooms upon request.
  • HB 1014: to require each public school to provide bleeding control training to each student in grades nine through twelve (9-12) before the student graduates from high school.
  • HB 1167: concerning the use of sunscreen; and to protect the skin health of the students of arkansas.
  • HB 1015: to require an elective journalism course to be offered each school year at a public school that serves students in grades nine through twelve (9-12).
  • HB 1018: to amend the population requirements that control the number of directors who serve on a school district board of directors.
  • HB 1145: to create the teacher salary enhancement act.
20190124-09:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 09:00AM Room 149

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1029: an act to create the arkansas heritage protection act.
  • HB 1023: concerning the entry upon a school campus by a person who is required to register as a sex offender.
  • HB 1218: concerning the services offered to law enforcement by the state crime laboratory.
  • HB 1126: concerning a victim impact statement in a criminal trial.
  • HB 1147: to permit the reopening of a circuit court case without the payment of a filing fee in order to enforce a monetary judgment.
  • HB 1059: concerning the use of physical force in self-defense or in the defense of others.
  • HB 1069: concerning the distribution of assets of an estate without the appointment of a personal representative.
  • HB 1217: concerning the submission of and forensic testing of firearms by the state crime laboratory.
  • HB 1035: concerning an expanded role for retired circuit court judges in the judiciary.
  • HB 1040: to amend the arkansas hot check law.
  • HB 1067: concerning the assessment and collection of court fines and court costs.
  • HB 1009: prohibiting certain sex offenders from entering upon a school campus.
  • HB 1036: to reduce the costs of concealed carry licensure and firearm ownership.
  • HB 1114: to create the parent-child relationship protection act; to provide factors for a court to consider when determining whether or not a change of a child’s principal place of residence is in the child’s best interest.
20190124-09:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 09:00AM Room 130

PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1060: to establish and require continuing education for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration licensees.
  • HB 1220: to amend the telemedicine act; to ensure that telemedicine is the least restrictive method to deliver healthcare services remotely; and to expand the definition of "professional relationship".
  • HB 1101: to prohibit private companies from receiving medicaid cost-settlement reimbursement.
  • HB 1164: to authorize a pharmacist to dispense oral contraceptives without a prescription.
  • HB 1176: to establish the arkansas breast milk depository in arkansas.
  • HB 1226: concerning the pursuit of a national cancer institute-designated cancer center at the winthrop p. rockefeller cancer institute at the university of arkansas for medical sciences.
  • HB 1102: to remove the underserved status of a county as a requirement for licensure and certification of certain providers.
20190124-09:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 09:00AM Room 151

REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1002: to require certain out-of-state sellers to collect and remit arkansas sales and use tax.
  • HB 1108: to create an exemption from the income tax for service pay and allowances of foreign service personnel; and to repeal obsolete provisions of the income tax laws.
  • HB 1075: to amend the achieving a better life experience program act; and to provide for an income tax deduction for contributions to a disability savings account.
  • HB 1031: to provide income tax relief for parents of children who are blind or deaf, or both; and to extend the income tax credit for children with a developmental disability to include children who are blind or deaf, or both.
  • HB 1034: to increase the homestead property tax credit.
  • HB 1024: to designate the revenues derived from taxes collected on the sales of new and used motor vehicles as special revenues; and to clarify that the revenues derived from the taxes collected by remote sellers are general revenues.
  • HB 1005: to clarify the application of the sales and use tax to candy and soft drinks.
20190124-10:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 10:00AM Room B, MAC

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION- HOUSE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1012: to authorize the issuance of a purple heart recipient special license plate to a surviving spouse.
  • HB 1026: to authorize the issuance, renewal, and replacement of a special license plate to promote and support the grand lodge of arkansas; and to repeal and reenact the law limiting the creation of special interest license plates.
  • HB 1172: to amend the law concerning the issuance of a special license plate; and to limit the types of special interest license plates.
  • HB 1171: to repeal the law concerning the procedure required for the addition or relocation of a new motor vehicle dealer.
  • HB 1211: to authorize the issuance and renewal of a grand lodge of arkansas and a prince hall grand lodge of arkansas special license plate; and to repeal and reenact the law limiting the creation of special interest license plates.
  • HB 1011: to amend the law concerning the arkansas department of aeronautics fund.
  • HB 1006: to amend the law concerning the penalties imposed for the unlawful passing of a school bus.
  • HB 1182: to amend the law concerning distracted driving; and to make the use of a handheld wireless telephone in a school zone a primary offense.
  • HB 1100: to amend the law concerning the application requirements for the issuance of a driver's license or identification card with a veteran designation.
  • HB 1073: concerning former military vehicles; to authorize the issuance of a certificate of title for a former military vehicle.
20190124-10:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 10:00AM Room 171

INSURANCE & COMMERCE - SENATE


Bills on agenda:
  • SB 79: to revise the maximum loan limits of certain loans.
  • SB 145: to amend the definition of "public utility"; and to amend certain definitions under the arkansas renewable energy development act of 2001.
  • SB 113: to abolish the board of directors of the arkansas health insurance marketplace; to transfer the arkansas health insurance marketplace to the state insurance department; and to declare an emergency.
  • SB 142: to allow a for-profit corporation to convert to a nonprofit corporation; and to declare an emergency.
  • SB 80: to clarify the remedies and procedures for nonpayment of rent on a safe-deposit box.
  • SB 148: to modify the small business entity tax pass through act; and to provide for a temporary lien at the time a charging application is filed.
20190124-10:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 10:00AM OSC

STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS-SENATE


Bills on agenda:
  • HB 1072: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of health; to transfer various state agencies; and to declare an emergency.
  • SB 55: to amend the law concerning the exercise of concurrent jurisdiction for law enforcement at the john l. mcclellan memorial veterans' hospital.
  • SB 75: to replace the arkansas statues at the national statuary hall; to place a statue honoring daisy lee gatson bates in the national statuary hall; to place a statue honoring john r. "johnny" cash in the national statuary hall.
  • SB 116: requiring an inmate in the department of correction to first exhaust all available administrative remedies as a condition precedent to filing a claim under the arkansas civil rights act of 1993 or any other state law.
  • HB 1071: to create the transformation and efficiencies act of 2019; to establish cabinet-level departments; to establish the cabinet-level department of veteran affairs; to transfer state entities; and to declare an emergency.
  • SJR 3: applying to the united states congress to call a convention for proposing amendments pursuant to article v of the united states constitution.
  • SB 5: to designate the bowie knife as the official state knife.
20190124-10:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 10:00AM  

HOUSE CONVENES

20190124-11:30:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 11:30AM  

SENATE CONVENES

20190124-14:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 24 2019, 14:00PM Room 272

* SENATOR CLARK

20190125-00:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 00:00AM  

EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190125-00:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 00:00AM  

PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190125-00:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 00:00AM  

AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- HOUSE

20190125-00:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 00:00AM  

STATE AGENCIES & GOVT'L AFFAIRS- HOUSE

20190125-00:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 00:00AM  

AGING, CHILDREN AND YOUTH, LEGISLATIVE & MILITARY AFFAIRS- HOUSE

20190125-11:00:00.000 Fri, Jan. 25 2019, 11:00AM Rooms 207 & 272

* PTA DAY AT THE CAPITOL

20190126-08:00:00.000 Sat, Jan. 26 2019, 08:00AM Room 130

* PTA DAY AT THE CAPITOL

20190128-00:00:00.000 Mon, Jan. 28 2019, 00:00AM Room 171

(Meeting Cancelled) JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190128-10:00:00.000 Mon, Jan. 28 2019, 10:00AM Room 130

PUBLIC RETIREMENT & SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAMS-JOINT

20190129-07:30:00.000 Tue, Jan. 29 2019, 07:30AM Room B, MAC

JBC-SPECIAL LANGUAGE

20190129-09:00:00.000 Tue, Jan. 29 2019, 09:00AM Room A, MAC

JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

20190129-10:00:00.000 Tue, Jan. 29 2019, 10:00AM Room 138

EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE

20190130-07:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 07:00AM OSC

* LEGISLATIVE PRAYER CAUCUS

20190130-08:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 08:00AM Room 130

* VETERANS' CAUCUS

20190130-09:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 09:00AM Room A, MAC

JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

20190130-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 10:00AM Room 171

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190130-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 10:00AM Room 272

PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190130-10:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 10:00AM Room 207

EDUCATION COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190130-15:00:00.000 Wed, Jan. 30 2019, 15:00PM Room 171

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE - SENATE

20190131-08:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 31 2019, 08:00AM Room B, MAC

JBC-PERSONNEL

20190131-09:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 31 2019, 09:00AM Room A, MAC

JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE

20190131-10:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 31 2019, 10:00AM Room 138

EDUCATION COMMITTEE- HOUSE

20190131-14:00:00.000 Thu, Jan. 31 2019, 14:00PM Room 272

* SENATOR CLARK