Tuesday, May 20th, on the 120th day of legislative session, (one day before the constitutional end of session), shortly after passing HB 313 ratifying the CARES Act funding, the State House adjourned sine die, meaning that we will not meet again this session. However, this does not mean we are done meeting as the whole legislature for the year.
It is likely that the Legislative Budget & Audit Committee will meet to approve additional RPL's for federal funding related to COVID-19. As a reminder the RPL process is used to receive additional federal funding for programs that already exist. The legislature could use this to receive additional funds for programs approved in the regular budget or in HB 313 which the House passed today.
It's also possible that the Legislature could meet again later this fall to work on the capital budget and confirmations of the governor's appointees.
Although the legislature is adjourning for now, I am still hard at work and here for you if you need help finding resources in these trying times. Feel free to reach out to me anytime.