The Senate reconvened this afternoon to complete 40 pieces of legislation. Among those includes Senate Bill 663, the Feed to Achieve Act, and Senate Bill 464, which would allow 14-16-year-olds to use tanning beds with written parental consent.
The Senate refused to accept the changes the House made to House Bill 2014, the Budget Bill.
The Senate will reconvene tonight at 7:30pm.
The Senate reconvened to complete eight bills and to receive and pass one bill.
Bills completed in the Senate this evening include Senate Bill 172, relating to nonintoxicating beer distributor licenses.
The only bill passed this evening is Senate Bill 580, which would update requirements for dental intern, resident and teaching permits. The bill has been sent back to the House for consideration.
The Senate is in recess until 9:00 p.m.
The Senate reconvened this evening to complete three pieces of legislation including House Bill 2498, which will make it a crime for grand jurors to reveal the identity of an individual who is being indicted.
The Senate also passed two bills including Senate Bill 435, which will continue the Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program.
All House Concurrent Resolutions in the Transportation and Infrastructure committee report were adopted.