|Posted:||January 29, 2021 11:04 AM|
|From:||Senator Amanda M. Cappelletti and Sen. John I. Kane, Sen. Lindsey M. Williams, Sen. Katie J. Muth, Sen. Judith L. Schwank|
|To:||All Senate members|
|Subject:||Rules Reform: Ensuring Adequate Public Notice of Senate Action|
|In the near future, we will be introducing a Senate Resolution that will amend the Senate Operating Rules to ensure both members of the Senate and members of the public have adequate notice of committee meetings, amendments being offered in committee, and the Senate marked calendar. This proposed resolution is among a package of Senate Rules Reform Resolutions, many of which are included in SR4, that are intended to empower members of both sides of the aisle to effectively advocate for their constituents. This package of Rules Reforms will ensure transparency in the legislative process, encourage public participation, and hold members accountable to the public.
Specifically, this resolution will ensure members and their constituents have adequate notice of all legislative actions by:
Please join us in cosponsoring this important change to the Senate Operating Rules.
Introduced as SR75