Session Law Chapters By Year
Bills passed by both houses are sent to the
Revisor of Statutes office for engrossing or enrolling.
The Revisor's office enrolls each bill and gives it a chapter number in
sequential order. The bill is then presented by the Revisor's office to
Governor. Once the governor has acted on a bill either favorably or
unfavorably, or decides to neither sign nor veto a bill but to allow
to become law without his signature, the bill is transferred to the
Secretary of State's office where it is officially filed as law.