And Then There Was One
The General Assembly ended Day 59 just after 10pm on Wednesday after a busy day that saw a significant amount of floor action. When all was said and done the House and Senate overrode gubernatorial vetoes on 29 bills in full and 21 budget line-item vetoes. They also took action on half a dozen concurrences, appointment and reports of several conference committees, and positioned several bills for committee action on Thursday.
Heading into the day there were a few outstanding items needing action and all still need action on the session's final day to make it to the Governor's desk, including:
House Bill 475 (Local tax reform)
House Bill 608 (Gray machines)
House Bill 659 (Historic tax credits; potential vehicle for tax fixes)
Senate Bill 163 (Expanding KEES access)
Senate Bill 90 (Criminal Diversion)
House HB 490 (Counterfeit Airbags; potential vehicle for road project fixes)
House Bill 44 (Mental Health in Schools; potential for SB 1 fix)
We expect several committees to meet on the session's final day, including Senate Appropriations & Revenue, Senate Transportation & Senate Judiciary.
The General Assembly gavels back in for the final day of the 2022 Session on Thursday when they will adjourn Sine Die before midnight. The Senate and House will convene at 10am.
You can watch the proceedings of the final day of the Kentucky General Assembly live on KET at ket.org/legislature.
We will send an update tomorrow evening upon Sine Die adjournment and a final session report this weekend.
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