Come Wednesday morning, one-third of the 2018 general assembly session will be in the books. Much in line with past sessions, so far few bills have seen action in both chambers.
Only two bills have made it through both the House and Senate.
Over the years, the filing deadline to run for office has been cited as a factor in bill consideration. Traditionally, lawmakers often wait to see about opposition before casting key votes. Legislation to move up the candidate filing deadline has been considered previously.