We’ve almost reached the end of the fifth week of the 2022 Legislature. Only four weeks remain in the regular session. The majority of this week has been spent on the Senate floor, voting on bills that were advanced by the policy and fiscal committees.
The universe of measures we are addressing is broad. Some very troublesome bills have passed. SB 5883 would greatly damage parental rights. SB 5078 will face legal challenges due to Second Amendment constitutional protections in our state and federal constitutions, if the legislation passes the House and is not vetoed by the governor. Fortunately, some positive proposals have also passed the Senate. You can read more about some of these measures below.