The Democratic Governors Association will hold its Winter Policy Conference December 3-4 in Hartford, Connecticut.
The National Association of Attorneys General will hold its fall meeting December 3-5 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials will hold its Winter Member Meeting December 3-5 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
The National Conference of State Legislatures will hold its Fall Forum December 4-6 in Washington, D.C.
The American Legislative Exchange Council will hold a States and National Policy Summit December 4-6 in Washington, D.C.
The National Association of Counties will hold a Board of Directors Meeting and Resiliency Forum December 5-6 in Linn County, Iowa.
The State Legislative Leaders Foundation will hold a Board Meeting and Leadership Roundtable December 6-8 in Orlando, Florida.
The Council of State Governments Eastern Regional Conference will hold its Annual Meeting December 6-9 in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
A special primary runoff election was held December 3 for House District 104.
A special primary election was held December 3 for House Districts 53 and 31.
The House Health and Social Services Finance Subcommittee met December 2-3 to discuss health care recommendations for 2014 and Medicaid expansion.
The Senate and House Committees on Education will hold a joint public hearing December 6, which will feature a presentation entitled "Common Core Implementation and What It Means for Higher Education."
A special primary election was held December 3 for Assembly Districts 54.
The Council on Environmental Quality will host a public hearing December 5 to hear recommendations for legislation for the 2014 Legislative Session.
A special election run-off was held December 3 for House Districts 104 and 127, and Senate District 14.
The legislature began a special session December 2 to discuss pension reform.
Early Voting/Voter Registration bill HB 3772 passed to be engrossed. This bill relates to early voting and online voter registration. This bill requires the secretary of state to maintain an online portal to register to vote and update voter registration information. The bill provides early voting on the eleventh business day before the primary of election until the second business day before Election Day.
Vote by Mail bill SB 1682 is scheduled to be heard by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on December 5 at 1:00 p.m. This bill permits registered voters to receive mail-in ballots automatically for all elections under certain conditions.
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