To see meetings that are listed on the House and Senate calendar pages, see the
This includes House, Senate, and Commission meetings. For further information on daily activities in the House and Senate, you may also want to see the Calendars and Procedures (Parliamentary) sections of this FAQ.
The House and Senate publish schedules of committee hearings and floor sessions on a daily and weekly basis. Paper and electronic copies of the daily schedules are available from House Public Information Services in Room 175, State Office Building, 651-296-2146, and Senate Information in Room 231, State Capitol, 651-296-0504.
You can subscribe to one or more email notification services.
Both the House and Senate allow you to subscribe to those lists on the Legislature's website. Schedules are sent via e-mail on a daily basis during the session and weekly during the interim. For the House, go to Subscribe to House Mailing Lists and follow the instructions. In the Senate, go to the Senate Email List Subscription Form. You will receive an e-mail welcoming you to the lists with instructions about unsubscribing. In addition, you can subscribe to most House and Senate committees for updates and agenda items.
You can find schedule information on the Legislative website on the Schedules, Calendars, and Legislative Business page. Paper copies of daily and weekly schedules are available at House Public Information Services in Room 175 of the State Office Building. House Public Information can be reached at 651-296-2146. Paper copies of daily and weekly schedules are available through Senate Information, which is located in Room 231 of the Capitol and G204 of the Minnesota Senate Building. Senate Information can be reached at (651) 296-0504.
There is no yearly deadline for the introduction of bills. However, each year the Legislature establishes deadlines for committee action on bills by concurrent resolution. The deadlines do not apply to the House committees on Capital Investment, Ways and Means, Taxes, or Rules and Legislative Administration, nor to the Senate committees on Capital Investment, Finance, Taxes, or Rules and Administration.
Committee deadlines are announced during the first half of a session in order to winnow the list of topics to be dealt with that year.
The Minnesota Constitution sets a deadline for the end of each year's session: the first Monday after the third Saturday in May.
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