The week continued to heat up in the House, with legislators working late into the night on tough issues including the
House Substitute for SB 16
, an education policy bill; concealed carry amendments; due process amendments; and medical marijuana provisions.
Conference committees between the Senate and House began Wednesday afternoon to work out differences in each chamber's budgets -- that work will continue next week, along with other conference committees working on other bills.
We should expect a flurry of work next week in the Capitol, as it is the final week before a long April break. Legislators will return May 1st for the veto session.