The following comes by way of Dentons50 partner firm Capitol Consultants
Now that the budget has been signed and the type of vetoes that Governor Tony Evers has made are not compelling the Legislature back into session, attention now turns toward the remainder of the 2019-2020 Legislative Session.
Legislative Committee activity will drop in frequency for the next month, although some Committees will still meet. Committee activity then will ramp up again in August in preparation for the September, October and November floor dates.
2019-2020 Session Schedule at a Glance
|January 7, 2019||2019 Inauguration|
|April 25||Bills sent to governor|
| August 1|
|Nonbudget bills sent to governor|
Budget bill sent to governor
|December 5||Bills sent to governor|
|January 14-23, 2020||Floorperiod|
|March 24-26||Last general-business floorperiod|
|April 16||Bills sent to governor|
As of today: