Wednesday, March 8th, marked the 30th legislative day of the 2012 session.
Known as “Crossover Day,” this critical point in the session marks the last chance for most bills to pass the legislative chamber where they are introduced.
This is because by the end of Crossover Day, all legislation passed by the House must “cross-over” to the Senate, and vice versa.
As a result, any House bill that has not passed the House by the end of Crossover Day will have little chance of becoming law this year. Read More»