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Delaware Capitol Building

Due to concerns over COVID-19, the Delaware General Assembly has postponed the legislative session for one week until March 24. Lawmakers were originally expected to return next week to discuss the state budget. Starting today, the Capitol building will be […]

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Washington State Capitol Building - Cacophony

The 2020 session of the Washington State Legislature adjourned sine die on March 12 after 60 days in session. Lawmakers’ final hours of work were overshadowed by the continued onslaught of COVID-19 news in the state. This prompted passage of […]

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Virginia State Capitol - KWL / CC BY-SA

On March 12, Gov. Ralph Northam announced a ban on all official out-of-state travel for state employees for at least the next 30 days. Northam has also ordered an implementation of telework policies for state employees.

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Maryland Capitol Building - Jimmy Emerson

On March 12, the Maryland General Assembly announced the State House, the House and Senate office buildings, and Department of Legislative Services will be closed to the public. Only people with a state-issued credential are permitted access. Further, a mandatory […]

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March 13, 2020  •  

Georgia General Assembly Halts Session

Georgia State Capitol Building

On Thursday March 12, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan and Speaker of the House David Ralston announced the General Assembly will suspend the 2020 legislative session indefinitely. The assembly suspended following the 29th legislative day on Friday, March 13. The suspension […]

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New York Capitol Building

The New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) announced their policy on COVID-19 and lobbying filings. Upon request, JCOPE will grant reasonable extensions to filers who may not be able to meet the upcoming filing deadline due to […]

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Connecticut State Capitol

On March 11, Gov. Ned Lamont declared a public health emergency and civil preparedness emergency in effect through September 9, unless terminated earlier. Legislative leaders also announced the closure of the Capitol complex. Additionally, meetings for Thursday, March 12, through […]

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The Kentucky State Capitol building

Effective immediately, the Legislative Ethics Commission has requested updated registration statements be filed either by fax or via email, by scanning and sending the signed forms. Fax to (502) 573-2929 Email to  or To change from paper filing […]

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Starting today at 5 p.m. and ending on April 1 at 8 p.m., the public will have limited access to the United States Capitol because of concerns of the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Michael C. Stenger, the Sergeant […]

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Illinois State Capitol Building

On Wednesday March 11, lawmakers cancelled all legislative sessions through next week. This will also include all other events scheduled to take place at the Capitol in Springfield, including lobby day events and tours of the Capitol. Senate President Don […]

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