What is a Calendar?
The Senate and House calendars are published daily during the session and are available online the previous evening. The calendars act as the agenda for each session setting the order of business and showing the status of all bills including bills in committee. The calendar shows the particular order for bills and resolutions to be taken up under such headings as General Orders or Final Action. Items included in the calendar are dictated by the rules of the Senate and House. The calendar lists a weekly schedule of all standing, subcommittee and joint committee meetings. Appointments appear only in the Senate Calendar.
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