|Notices and schedules of committee meetings
Committees in both chambers hold regular and special meetings throughout the session and
interim. Except in unusual circumstances, the meetings are open to the public, and house
and senate rules require that notice of the meetings be posted.
House meetings. House rules require the house committee coordinator, under the direction of the Committee on House Administration, to prepare a schedule for regular meetings of all standing committees. This schedule is
published in the daily journal and is posted outside the house chamber, outside the
speaker’s office, and on other posting boards located throughout the Capitol Extension.
Senate meetings. Notice of senate committee meetings is published in the
senate agenda and is posted outside the senate chamber, outside the secretary of the
senate’s office, and in several locations throughout the Capitol Extension. As in the
house, senate committees have regular meeting times.
Notices and schedules are available online through TLIS on
the legislative intranet, TLO on the Internet, and the Legislative Reference Library’s website. During the interim, notice of house and senate committee meetings can
be found in the Legislative Reference Library’s Daily Legislative Clipping Service.