Capitol Fly on the Wall

Fly on the Wall 2022: SNAP re-entry bill fails to get a vote

We’ve nearly reached the end of the 2022 legislative session. Last week was a short one, with recess days on Thursday and Friday for the Easter Holiday.  Within those three session days: A proposal to allow the concealed carry of firearms without a permit was killed in a heated filibuster

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Fly on the Wall 2022: Food and rental assistance bills advance

The temperature remains high in the Unicameral as pressure mounts to move through competing priorities and budget items before the session concludes in just a few short weeks.  This week centered primarily on spending debates, with a few other highly consequential priority bills sprinkled in. All three bills comprising the

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Fly on the Wall 2022: Hearings wrap up, full-day debate begins

This week was absent the fireworks we’ve been seeing on the floor since the beginning of this session, with Speaker Hilgers holding true to his promise to get through as many non-controversial, unlikely-to-be-filibustered priority bills as quickly as possible.  Candidate Filings are In Tuesday marked the deadline for new candidates

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