Fiscal Analysis Department: Legislative Session Tracking Sheets

Each legislative session, the Fiscal Analysis Department creates tracking sheets that record executive and legislative budget proposals and decisions. For each finance committee’s budget bill, and for major bills that cross finance committee jurisdictions, legislative session tracking sheets are posted as these bills move through the legislative process.

To keep up-to-date with legislative budget proposals and decisions, please bookmark this page as updated tracking sheets are uploaded regularly throughout the legislative session.

Tracking Sheets

Choose a year to view Tracking Sheets from that year. Results are listed below.

2017 - Tracking Sheets

Ch 1 - HF2-1E (Tax Conformity) - Updated: Jan 13 2017 1:54PM
Education Finance - Conference Report - Updated: May 9 2017 12:40PM
Higher Education Finance - CH 89 - Updated: Jun 12 2017 9:10AM
Taxes - HF 4 - Vetoed - Updated: May 16 2017 3:10PM
Transportation Finance - Conference Report - Updated: May 10 2017 3:50PM
Agriculture Finance - CH 88 - Updated: Jun 5 2017 10:03AM
Tax Committee - February Forecast - Updated: Mar 15 2017 9:04AM
Legacy Finance: CH 91 - Updated: Jun 2 2017 11:43AM
Education Finance Levies - Conference Report - Updated: May 9 2017 12:40PM
Capital Investment - HF575 A17 Amendment - Updated: May 17 2017 9:23AM
Transportation - CH 3 (1st Special Session) - Updated: Jun 5 2017 9:49AM
Education Finance - HF 2 (1st Special Session) - Updated: May 26 2017 11:42AM
Capital Investment - CH 8 (1st Special Session) - Updated: Jun 15 2017 11:25AM

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