May 28, 2020 •
Arizona Legislature Adjourns Sine Die
The Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die on May 26 after the Senate’s swift move to adjourn was approved.
The Senate had voted to end the session when it convened previously on May 8.
However, this vote was met with opposition by Republican lawmakers.
The sine die adjournment leaves hundreds of bills dead that had been progressing through the Capitol before lawmakers postponed the session in March.
Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to call lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session in the coming weeks.
In this session they will deal with coronavirus-related legislation and the state budget.
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