March 17, 2022 •
Arkansas General Assembly Adjourns Sine Die
The 93rd Fiscal Session of the Arkansas General Assembly adjourned sine die on March 15 after about 30 days in session.
During the session, appropriations bills were enacted that will determine how taxpayer money is spent in the fiscal year 2023, which begins July 1.
The acts would also transfer $150 million from the state’s general reserves to a restricted reserve fund to pay for various improvements and projects.
The adjournment sine die date does not affect lobbyist reporting.
Lobbyists who are registered to lobby the General Assembly are required to file a monthly report for any month the General Assembly is in session.
The next report is due April 10 for the period of March 1 through March 31.
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