Senate Session Summary - Monday, Sept. 28
9/28/20 12:59 PM
The Senate on Monday gave life support to a smorgasbord of legislation before the Judiciary Committee, extending the deadline for action on some bills that have already been extended multiple times. The Judiciary Committee would have until Nov. 12 to report on a bundle of bills covering topics like First Amendment rights, forfeiture reform, face recognition and biometric surveillance, COVID-19 emergency aid by higher education institutions, COVID-19 estate recovery, and false reporting of an emergency.
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