alcarlsonjr wrote:who is the sponsor of the OC bill that will be coming back up in the next session, and will anything be attached to it this time.
Too early to shop for sponsors, and there's no telling what could be attached to it. All bills are pristine until they get to committee. Once there, any committee member can propose an amendment to the bill. When done at this stage, the amendments are subject to public comment. However once a bill reaches the chamber floor, then amendments can be proposed without public comment. This is what happened to SB234 in 2011, resulting in the "briefly" language in lieu of OC.