Report From the 26th Senate District
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One of the best phrases a senator can hear on the floor is about their sponsored legislation is “The bill is declared perfected and ordered printed.” At this stage, the language has … more
The Senate wrapped up the week (before Easter) by sending several proposals to the House of Representatives for consideration. One of these was my Senate Bill 912, which was inspired by a … more
The annual legislative spring break was held this past week through March 24, and I’m enjoying this time I can spend with my family and our community. Here is what we worked on before we … more
My first legislative session drew to a close when the Senate gavel pounded on May 12, signaling the end of the First Regular Session of the 102nd General Assembly. As a freshman senator, I’ve … more
Labor shortages, record inflation and supply chain disruptions are just a few of the challenges business owners are facing across our state. Since the Legislature has little control over the … more
The Senate Appropriations Committee tackled the arduous “mark-up” process to finalize its version of the state operating budget for FY ‘24. If you tuned in to the hearings or … more
We’ve reached a pivotal point in the legislative session and only have three final weeks to complete the operating budget for FY ‘24 and four weeks to send bills to the governor to sign … more
The legislative process has often been compared to a race. Senators expediently vie for support for their proposals at each turn as they attempt to transform bills into laws before the finish … more
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