SENATE MAKES MORE BILLS, REPORTS AVAILABLE ONLINE
9/14/15 3:28 PM
Changes to the Senate clerk's website intended to make the legislative process more open have gone live ahead of the Senate's resumption of formal sessions this week. "You're now able to search dockets and reports and communications and late files, whereas in past the way we posted things on public site, they needed to have a bill number to be searched," Assistant Senate Clerk Michael Hurley told the News Service. "A lot of things just docketed, they never get bill numbers, but they're journalized. In essence, we're able to now put all of that on the public site."
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