Interims between sessions
When the General Assembly meets in regular session it is organized into standing committees to study the issues before it. The work of standing committees concludes when the regular session is adjourned.
The period of time from that adjournment to the convening of the next regular session is known as the Interim. In Interim periods (June to December) the work of the General Assembly is accomplished in committees. Committees active between sessions may be two types:
committees which meet during interims may
prefile bills, forward recommendations to the LRC and the General Assembly. All
committee meetings are open to the public and the press. More
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