The 134 House seats have 282 filed candidates, and there will be at least 15 new legislators in January.(Published May 5, 2014)
The bill was signed into law on April 29, following passage by the Senate on the same day.(Published Apr 28, 2014)
The House file now awaits action on the Senate floor.(Published Feb 18, 2014)
The first recommendation is that the state pay for an additional study to be conducted during the 2014 general election.(Published Oct 28, 2013)
As the state’s new Electronic Roster Task Force has been doing its work, the League has developed a proposed policy on the issue and seeks member comments.
Contact intergovernmental relations (IGR) staff if you have questions about legislative issues.