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New Mexico Capitol Building - Ken Lund

New Mexico’s 30-day legislative session adjourned sine die at noon February 17. During the session, a bill that would require post-session lobbying reports was introduced. Senate Bill 61 provides prior to the adjournment of a legislative session, a lobbyist or […]

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Colorado Capitol Building

Colorado lawmakers have proposed campaign finance limits for school board races for the first time. House Bill 1060 would cap individual donations at $2,500 and small donor committees at $25,000 per school board candidate. The legislation, however, won’t affect spending […]

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Texas Capitol Building

The Texas Ethics Commission posted the 2022 lobbying registration thresholds, which increase every year in January to reflect the change in the consumer price index. The thresholds for individual lobbyist compensation and reimbursement increased from $1,620 to $1,640. Expenditures increased […]

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The Louisiana Legislature will hold its special session on political redistricting from February 1 to February 20. State lawmakers will deliberate on new maps for Louisiana’s U.S. House seats, the state House of Representatives, Senate, Public Service Commission, Board of […]

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Houston, TX City Hall - by: ExqBoredinNac, CC BY-SA 4.0

A special election for Houston City Council District G is scheduled for January 25, 2022. The special election was called after former incumbent Greg Travis resigned on October 27 to run for the District 133 seat in the Texas House of Representatives. […]

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New Mexico Capitol Building - Ken Lund

New Mexico legislators concluded a volatile 12-day special session December 17 by granting final approval for a new map for Senate districts and authorizing an emergency update to New Mexico’s medical malpractice law. The two proposals now head to Gov. […]

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Louisiana lawmakers plan to hold a three-week special session in February 2022 to address redistricting. Several lawmakers are concerned that if the state’s population doesn’t grow enough, Louisiana could lose a Congressional district after the 2030 census. The state’s population […]

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New Mexico Capitol Building - Ken Lund

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will call the Legislature into a special session December 6 to finalize and approve new legislative district maps. The special session will also address how to spend the outstanding American Rescue Plan Acts funds. It is […]

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Arkansas State Capitol

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson will call the Legislature back into a special session beginning December 7 to take up a tax cut plan. The primary focus of the special session will be on the tax cut package that calls for […]

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Kansas Capitol Building

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly will reconvene the Kansas Legislature for a special session on November 22 to address vaccine mandates. The special session will aim to take up proposals to make it easier for workers to claim religious exemptions to […]

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Oklahoma Capitol Building

The Oklahoma Ethics Commission will hold a regular meeting with an opportunity for public comment regarding lobbying issues on Friday, November 12 at the State Capitol Building. The Commission will accept comment from the public on the following issues: whether […]

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Gov. Spencer Cox has called the Utah Legislature into a special session on redistricting set to begin November 9 at 10:30 a.m. Lawmakers will vote on a set of maps that will determine the boundaries of Utah’s political districts, from […]

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Arkansas State Capitol

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson set a February 8 special election date to replace Sen. Lance Eads of Springdale. Eads resigned to take a lobbying job. Former state Rep. Jim Bob Duggar is the only announced candidate so far. The governor’s […]

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State of Hawaii

The Hawaii Senate will convene for a third special session on October 28 to consider and confirm District and Circuit Court positions. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a videoconference hearing on October 27 to submit testimony. Decision-making will occur […]

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