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Wednesday, January 18, 2012 - 12:30 PM

Juror Disqualification Bill Read First Time
Senate Bill 96 was advanced to second reading today on the Senate Floor. Senate Bill 96 would disqualify jurors who have committed a crime that met or exceeded the sentencing of one year, or any crime involving dishonesty or false statement. In addition to Senate Bill 96, 120 other bill were introduced to the Senate floor. Senate Bill 233 would announce legislative rule in regards to mixed martial arts, and Senate Bill 249 relates to air pollution control and solid waste combustion.

The following committee meetings will be held this afternoon:
Government Organization- 2 p.m.- 208W
Judiciary- 3 p.m.- 208W
Finance- 3 p.m.- 451M

The Senate will reconvene tomorrow at 11 a.m.

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