Sunday, December 04, 2005

weekly legislative update

As I mentioned in the previous posting, the governor called a special legislative session to look into property tax reform. Information from that session is included here as well. Standard caveats apply (resolutions not generally included, list of sponsors deleted if it was too long – three lines in the originally formatting).

Our accountants friends at PICPA have updated their legislative page, and have a lot to say about property tax reform.

Other weekly updates are mum on any happenings last week, although the House Dems have a new podcast.

Special Session

These bills were introduced, or referred to a committee, not voted on. The descriptions tended to be pretty much the same, with only a few variations.

Monday 2 bills (HB 66 and HB 67referred to finance committee, (House);
Tuesday no activity
Wednesday no activity
Thursday no activity
Friday no activity

Regular Session

Some bills were shuffled around to committee but nothing was voted on and no resolutions introduced. There must have been a glitch in the legislative email server because I received some daily updates as many as three times. I also received a daily update for last July, whether it is just now being disseminated or if it is a repeat is a mystery I don’t have the time or energy to go back and check.

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