By Tyler Micik
Today ends the first of two weeks in which the General Assembly is on break for Joint Finance Markup. They’ll return to session on Tuesday, June 6, a day before the State Chamber’s End-Of-Session Policy Conference. When the General Assembly returns, there will be 13 legislative days remaining, and there are many bills they're still working through. Here’s an overview of the bills the State Chamber is following and their status:
DATA PRIVACY & TECHNOLOGY
Pending legislation, which has not been introduced yet, includes mandatory paid sick and safety leave and a bill that would redefine domestic violence, sexual offense, and stalking as it applies to employment discrimination in a more holistic and trauma-informed way rather than relying upon the definitions in the criminal code.
If you have feedback on any of these bills, we want to hear from you! Please contact me at email@example.com.