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2010 Legislative Session

capitol winter.jpg The 2010 General Legislative Session began on Monday, January 25. The legislature is in session for 45 days - the last day falls on Thursday, March 11. There are a number of ways you can stay up to date with what's happening during the legislative session.

First, you can listen or watch live to the daily House and Senate floor debates. For live recordings, visit the legislature's home page. Archived recordings are available online for both the House (1990-present) and Senate (1998-present).

Second, you can listen to committee meetings and review committee agendas and related material. Use the main committee page to find the meeting you're interested in following. You can also track upcoming agendas.

Third, use the 2010 General Session page to follow bills, reading calendars and weekly schedules. From the General Session page, you can also read proposed bills from both the House and Senate, read House and Senate Journals, and set up bill tracking.

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