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The General Assembly was active each day this week.  House and Senate committees convened for over 100 meetings to consider more than 200 measures, ultimately sending 120 on to the Rules Committees. 

The harried pace is due to the looming Crossover Day deadline, set for Thursday, February 29.  To receive additional consideration this session, Senate bills must pass the Senate, and House bills must pass the House by adjournment on Crossover Day.  Committees are working doggedly to move bills to the Rules Committees, making them eligible for a vote by the full chamber.  As the session edges closer to the significant Crossover Day milestone, time and energy will shift away from committees, and time spent on the House and Senate floor will increase dramatically. 

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