Sine die

The Latin phrase for the end of the session is sine die – meaning adjournment.

But when will this legislative session adjourn?

Lawmakers have started thanking their staffers on the House and Senate floor for their time.

And staffers throughout the buildings have started placing bets.

But the conversations surrounding the end of session still seems to start with, “I heard …”

We know one of the major sticking points – the Department of Corrections budget and filling a $21 million hole in the budget. Republicans and Democrats are working mainly behind the scenes hashing out scenarios to fill the hole.

So, when will the session end?

Well, I heard … early next week, by Tuesday afternoon.

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