The House acts to help diabetics afford insulin. Legislative committees tackle gubernatorial pardons, crime victims' rights, felon voting rights, and police chases. Rep. Samara Heavrin discusses her bill on parental leave for adoptive parents. Fairness advocates rally at the capitol.
Today's Schedule Thursday, February 20th
- House Economic Development and Workforce Investment Committee8:30am EST
- House Elections, Constitutional Amendments and Intergovernmental Affairs Committee10:00am EST
- Senate Judiciary Committee10:00am EST
- Senate Health and Welfare Committee11:30am EST
- House Health and Family Services Committee12:00pm EST
- House Chambers2:00pm EST
- Senate Chambers2:00pm EST
There is no legislative coverage scheduled for the immediate future.
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