6.20 COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE; DEADLINES. The Speaker must prepare and publish a schedule of committee meetings, fixing as far as practicable the regular meeting day and time of each committee.
The chair of a committee must give written notice of a special meeting or a change in the regular schedule of meetings. The notice may be announced from the desk and must be posted in public notice locations maintained by the House. The notice must be posted at least one day in advance of the change.
As far as practicable, the chair of a committee must give three days notice of the date, time, place and agenda for each meeting.
Meeting notices must indicate when alternative media will be used to conduct the meeting.
During the first ten weeks of the session in the odd-numbered year and the first five weeks of the session in the even-numbered year, a standing committee must not have a regularly scheduled meeting after noon on Friday, but the Speaker may approve a special meeting of a committee during this time.
A committee must not meet between 12:00 midnight and 7:00 a.m.
Only the Committee on Rules and Legislative Administration may meet during a daily session of the House without leave.
The House shall establish deadlines for each regular session by resolution.