In addition, five other bills were passed on the House floor today, including House Bill 4125, which would amend the date of annual notice to parents and guardians of students at school and alert them to the existence of the school’s crisis response plan. House Bill 4291, which determines the appropriate number of law libraries being used in the state, was also passed on the floor.
In addition, Senate Bill 165 was advanced to third reading today. Senate Bill 165 would make sexual contact between incarcerated people and correctional officers a criminal offense.
The following meetings will be held this afternoon:
Political Subdivision- 1 p.m.- 215E
Energy, Industry, Labor and Economic Development- 1 p.m.- 460M
Roads and Transportation- 2 p.m.- 215E
House Constitutional Revision- 2 p.m.- 410M
Health and Human Resources- 4 p.m.- 215E
Senior Issues- 3 p.m.- 215E
The following committees will meet tomorrow morning:
Finance- 9 a.m.- 460M
The House is adjourned until 11 a.m. tomorrow.