No more Congressional transmittals until 2023


Yesterday was our last Congressional transmittal for 2022. The set of 30 measures may or may not clear Congressional review. But we took a chance and transmitted anyway. LIMS is currently being updated to reflect these transmittals.


According to the published calendars, there are less than 30 Congressional-review days left in the session year before both chambers adjourn sine die. However...it is possible that they will extend their session beyond the stated calendar or convene on days that are not published. If either occurs, then we may be okay! But, if they stick to the published calendar then, like us, we will start all over in the new session year.


Because there are not enough scheduled review days you will notice that LIMS does not project a law date for the measures currently under Congressional review. That said, please pay close attention to the next EA Report to ensure that there are no gaps in legal authority while we await measures under Congressional review.


As a reminder about other actions/requirements related to the end of the Council Period, please click here to review this post.

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