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Government Lingo Question

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by wolfamngstsheep, Feb 10, 2005.

  1. Does a "Legislative Session" only last 90 days out of the year?
     
  2. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    For states I'm pretty sure it varies from state to state, and what type of session. Legislative session is a umbrella term that covers budget, general, and special sessions. For the Feds it's longer than 90 days.
     
  3. tsteele316

    tsteele316 Mr. Such and Such

    i worl for the state of ohio. sesion is much longer than 90 days. during this year being that it is a state budget year, they will be in session about 9 months this year. even in the 3 momsession months, they still filter legislation drafting requests and research requests to our office.
     

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