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#91 Mick G

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Posted Yesterday, 02:23 AM

We are the knights who say ‘Ni!’



#92 Talonap

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Posted Yesterday, 08:29 AM

 

I was chuckling about Rep Evans mask earlier.  It looks like he has a big opening for his mouth.  It could be an optical illusion.
 
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I thought it was a camo face mask, but it does look like an opening

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Silly! If it was CAMO, you wouldn't be able to see it... Duhhhh ... :flowers:



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Posted Yesterday, 08:40 AM

In the frozen land of Nador, they were forced to eat Robin’s minstrels ... and there was much rejoicing.


Sorry, I meant to join in the festivities sooner but I was out looking for shrubbery.

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Posted Yesterday, 08:59 AM

 

In the frozen land of Nador, they were forced to eat Robin’s minstrels ... and there was much rejoicing.


Sorry, I meant to join in the festivities sooner but I was out looking for shrubbery.

 

 

It should be one that looks nice...and not too expensive.  


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Posted Yesterday, 10:07 AM

We werent the only ones who noticed a lack of face mask wearing or social distancing.

Via CapFax:
Senate President Don Harmon talks to reporters
* How do you think the session went?

..."We were very worried about the risks, but I was proud of how our members did observe social distancing. But most importantly how everyone wore face coverings"...

*..."they were rather close to one another. It didnt seem to be, at least at this vantage point, a lot of social distancing going on. What would you say about that"...

..."we were asked to socially distance or wear face coverings. And as you saw everyone on the floor was wearing their face coverings. And I think that that the first line of defense. There was more social distancing by a longshot than there would be on a normal session day. And Im proud of our of our colleagues, Democrats and Republicans, for observing that"...

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Posted Yesterday, 10:15 AM

Catching up on things from last night.

 

Senate Regular Session Supplemental Calendar 1 was distributed last night but wasn't available online until now.


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Posted Yesterday, 11:51 AM

We have some movement on a few bills today.

These bills were approved for consideration, apparently by the Assignments Comittee, very early this morning but were not listed until now. They will be on the Senate Calendar at 2nd reading effective 11/7/2020:

SB2534 Crim Cd - Felon - Vehicle (Tracy)

SB2535 FOID Act - Repeal (Anderson)

SB3033 Gun Crime Charge & Sentencing (Anderson)

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Posted Yesterday, 12:05 PM

^  They must have meant 11/17/2020 rather than the 7th.  They haven't scheduled session until the 17th.



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Posted Yesterday, 12:17 PM

We have some movement on a few bills today.

These bills were approved for consideration, apparently by the Assignments Comittee, very early this morning but were not listed until now. They will be on the Senate Calendar at 2nd reading effective 11/7/2020:

SB2534 Crim Cd - Felon - Vehicle (Tracy)

SB2535 FOID Act - Repeal (Anderson)

SB3033 Gun Crime Charge & Sentencing (Anderson)

 

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#100 markthesignguy

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Posted Yesterday, 02:16 PM

Hmmm   This is on all three ( SB2534, SB2535, SB3033 )     now:
 

5/24/2020   Senate   Placed on Calendar Order of 2nd Reading November 17, 2020   
5/24/2020   Senate   Rule 2-10(a) Third Reading Deadline Established As June 23, 2020



Do / can committees do things (June 23, 2020 deadline) before that November 17, 2020 date
or is this a procedural "NOT!" ?
 

.. Not! - Wikipedia
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... Not! is a grammatical construction in the English language used as a function word to make negative a group of words or a word.
... A declarative statement is made, followed by a pause,and then an emphatic "not!" adverb is postfixed.

The result is a negation of the original declarative statement.


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Posted Yesterday, 03:02 PM

If I counted correctly, 57 bills were approved for consideration.  Of those, 48 have a 3rd reading deadline extended to 6/23/2020, and 9 have no deadline extension.

 

Those deadlines are by rule. They can be changed as needed.






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