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2017 LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

AGING 

SENATORS MCCRORY, Co-Chm., 2nd Dist.; GOMES, Vice Chm., 23rd.

 

SENATORS KELLY, Co-Chm., 21st Dist.; HWANG, Vice Chm., 28th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES SERRA, Chm., 33rd Dist.; ROVERO, Vice Chm., 51st; HAMPTON, 16th; LUXENBERG, 12th; WINKLER, 56th.  

 

REPRESENTATIVES BYRON, Ranking Member, 27th Dist.; BOLINKSY, 106th; D'AMELIO, 71st; FUSCO, 81st.

 

APPROPRIATIONS

 

SENATORS OSTEN, Co-Chm., 19th Dist.; HARTLEY, Vice Chm., 15th; FLEXER, 29th; GERRATANA, 6th; SLOSSBERG, 14th; WINFIELD, 10th.

 

SENATORS FORMICA, Co-Chm., 20th Dist.; MINER, Vice Chm., 30th; BERTHEL 32nd; KISSEL, 7th; MARKLEY, 16th; SOMERS, 18th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES WALKER, Chm., 93rd Dist.; GENGA, Vice Chm., 10th; SANTIAGO, Vice Chm., 130th; SOTO, Vice Chm., 39th; ABERCROMBIE83rd; BAKER, 124th; CANDELARIA, 95th; CURREY, 11th; DILLON, 92nd; DIMASSA, 116th; FLEISCHMANN, 18th; GONZALEZ, 3rd; HADDAD, 54th; JOHNSON, 49th; MCCRORY, 7th; PERONE, 137th; PORTER, 94th; REYES, 75th; ROSARIO, 128th; RYAN, 139th; TERCYAK, 26th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES ZIOBRON, Ranking Member, 34th Dist.; BELSITO, 53rd; BETTS, 78th; BOLINSKY, 106th; CASE, 63rd; FRANCE, 42nd; HALL, 59th; KOKORUDA, 101st; LEGEYT, 17th; MCCARTY, 38th; OHLER, 64th; O'NEILL, 69th; PETIT, 22nd; SREDZINSKI, 112th; STANESKI, 119th; STOKES, 58th; STORMS, 60th; WILMS, 142nd; ZAWISTOWSKI, 61st.

 

BANKING

SENATORS WINFIELD, Co-Chm., 10th Dist.; MCCRORY, Vice Chm., 2nd.

 

SENATORS MARTIN, Co-Chm., 31st Dist; BERTHEL, Vice Chm., 32nd.

 

REPRESENTATIVES LESSER, Chm., 100th Dist.; STALLWORTH, Vice Chm., 126th; ADAMS, 146th; BAKER, 124th; BARAM, 15th; DIMASSA, 116th; GUERRERA, 29th; URBAN, 43rd.

 

REPRESENTATIVES SIMANSKI, Ranking Member, 62nd Dist.; DELNICKI, 14th; DUFF, 2nd; FREY, 111th; MACLACHLAN, 35th; POLLETTA, 68th; WILSON, 66th.

 

CHILDREN

SENATORS MOORE, Co-Chm., 22nd Dist.; MCCRORY, Vice Chm., 2nd.

SENATORS SUZIO, Co-Chm., 13th Dist; KISSEL, Vice Chm, 7th.

REPRESENTATIVES URBAN, Chm., 43rd Dist.; BOYD, Vice Chm., 50th; ELLIOTT, 88th; LINEHAN, 103rd; LUXENBERG, 12th.

REPRESENTATIVES ZUPKUS, Ranking Member, 89th Dist.; BUCKBEE, 67th; DAUPHINAIS, 44th; KOKORUDA, 101st.

COMMERCE

SENATORS HARTLEY, Co-Chm., 15th Dist.; LARSON, Vice Chm., 3rd; LEONE, 27th.

SENATORS FRANTZ, Co-Chm., 36th Dist.; LINARES, Vice Chm., 33rd; FORMICA, 20th.

REPRESENTATIVES SIMMONS, Chm., 144th Dist.; REYES, Vice Chm., 75th; D'AGOSTINO, 91st; GENTILE, 104th; HAMPTON, 16th; LINEHAN, 103rd; MORIN, 28th; ZIOGAS, 79th.

REPRESENTATIVES YACCARINO, Ranking Member, 87th Dist.; ACKERT, 8th; BUCKBEE, 67th; CAMILLO, 151st; FISHBEIN, 90th; PETIT, 22nd; SKULCZYCK, 45th.

EDUCATION

SENATORS SLOSSBERG, Co-Chm., 14th Dist.; BYE, Vice Chm., 5th; MOORE, 22nd; WINFIELD, 10th.

SENATORS BOUCHER, Co-Chm, 26th Dist.; SOMERS, Vice Chm., 18th; LINARES, 33rd; LOGAN, 17th.

REPRESENTATIVES FLEISCHMANN, Chm., 18th Dist.; SANCHEZ, Vice Chm., 25th; BAKER, 124th; CANDELARIA, 95th; COOK, 65th; CURREY, 11th; GENGA, 10th; JOHNSON, 49th; LEMAR, 96th; LOPES, 24th; MCCARTHY VAHEY, 133rd; MCCRORY, 7th; MCGEE, 5th; MILLER, 145th; MORRIS, 140th; ROSARIO, 128th.                     

REPRESENTATIVES LAVIELLE, Ranking Member, 143rd Dist.; BELSITO, 53rd; BOLINSKY, 106th; DUNSBY, 135th; FERGUSON, 138th; GREEN, 55th; HALL, 59th; KOKORUDA, 101st; LEGEYT, 17th; MCCARTY, 38th; PAVALOCK-D'AMATO, 77th; SIMANSKI, 62nd; STOKES, 58th.

ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY

SENATORS WINFIELD, Co-Chm., 10th Dist.; DOYLE, Vice Chm., 9th.

 

SENATORS FORMICA, Co-Chm., 20th Dist; HWANG, Vice Chm., 28th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES REED, Chm., 102nd Dist.; SLAP, Vice Chm., 19th; ABERCROMBIE, 83rd; ARCONTI, 109th; DE LA CRUZ, 41st; DEMICCO, 21st; ELLIOTT, 88th; GRESKO, 121st; PERONE, 137th; STEINBERG, 136th; TERCYAK, 26th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES HOYDICK, Ranking Member, 120th Dist.; BOCCHINO, 150th; CHEESEMAN, 37th; DAVIS, 57th; DUFF, 2nd; FERRARO, 117th; FISHBEIN, 90th; PISCOPO, 76th; SREDZINSKI, 122nd; TWEEDIE, 13th.

 

ENVIRONMENT

 

SENATORS KENNEDY, Co-Chm., 12th Dist.; FLEXER, Vice Chm., 29th.

 

SENATORS MINER, Co-Chm., 30th Dist; SOMERS, Vice Chm., 18th.

REPRESENTATIVES DEMICCO, Chm., 21st Dist.; GRESKO, Vice Chm., 121st; ARCONTI, 109th; BORER, 115th; DILLON, 92nd; LINEHAN, 103rd; MUSHINSKY, 85th; REYES, 75th; RYAN, 139th; SANTIAGO, 130th; SLAP, 19th; TONG, 147th; VARGAS, 6th; ZIOGAS, 79th.

REPRESENTATIVES HARDING, Ranking Member, 107th Dist.; BYRON, 27th; CARNEY, 23rd; DUBITSKY, 47th; DUNSBY, 135th; MCGORTY, 122nd; PAVALOCK-D'AMATO, 77th; PISCOPO, 76th; SRINIVASAN, 31st; TWEEDIE, 13th; WILSON, 66th; ZIOBRON, 34th.

 

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE NOMINATIONS

 

SENATORS DUFF, Co-Chm., 25th Dist.; LOONEY, Vice Chm., 11th; DOYLE, 9th; HARTLEY, 15th.

 

SENATORS FASANO, Co-Chm., 34th Dist.; WITKOS, Vice Chm., 8th; GUGLIELMO, 35th; MCLACHLAN, 24th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES VARGAS, Chm., 6th Dist.; DIMASSA, Vice Chm., 116th; BERGER, 73rd; D'AGOSTINO, 91st; GODFREY, 110th, HALL, 7th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES WOOD, Ranking Member, 141st Dist.; CAMILLO, 151st; MACLACHLAN, 35th; PERILLO, 113th; YACCARINO, 87th.

 

FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING

 

SENATORS FONFARA, Co-Chm., 1st Dist.; LEONE, Vice Chm., 27th; CASSANO, 4th; KENNEDY, 12th; MCCRORY, 2nd; MOORE, 22nd.

SENATORS FRANTZ, Co-Chm, 36th Dist.; BOUCHER, Vice Chm., 26th; LINARES, 33rd; MCLACHLAN, 24th, MARTIN, 31st; SUZIO, 13th.

REPRESENTATIVES ROJAS, Chm., 9th Dist.; ELLIOTT, Vice Chm., 88th; MCGEE, Vice Chm., 5th; ALBIS, 99th; ALTOBELLO, 82nd; ARCE, 4th; BUTLER, 72nd; GRESKO, 121st; HENNESSY, 127th; LEMAR, 96th; LOPES, 24th; MILLER, 145th; MORIN, 28th; MORRIS, 140th; MUSHINSKY, 85th; PERONE, 137th; REED, 102nd; SANCHEZ, 25th; SANTIAGO, 84th; STAFSTROM, 129.

REPRESENTATIVES DAVIS, Ranking Member, 57th Dist.; CANDELORA, 86th; CARNEY, 23rd; CHEESEMAN, 37th; DEVLIN, 134th; DUNSBY, 135th; FLOREN, 149th; FREY, 111th; GREEN 55th; HARDING, 107th; HOYDICK, 120th; KLARIDES-DITRIA, 105th; KUPCHICK, 132nd; LAVIELLE, 143rd; PERILLO, 113th; PISCOPO, 76th; WILSON, 66th; WOOD, 141st; YACCARINO, 87th.

GENERAL LAW

 

SENATORS LEONE, Co-Chm., 27th Dist.; LARSON, Vice Chm., 3rd.

 

SENATORS WITKOS, Co-Chm, 8th Dist.; KISSEL, Vice Chm., 7th.

REPRESENTATIVES BARAM, Chm., 15th Dist.; D'AGOSTINO, Vice Chm., 91st; ALTOBELLO, 82nd; ARCONTI, 109th; FOX, 148th; ORANGE, 48th; ROVERO, 51st.

REPRESENTATIVES SMITH, Ranking Member, 108th Dist.; D'AMELIO, 71st; HOYDICK, 120th; KUPCHICK, 132nd; RUTIGLIANO, 123rd; ZIOBRON, 34th.

 

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND ELECTIONS

 

SENATORS FLEXER, Co-Chm., 29th Dist.; SLOSSBERG, Vice Chm., 14th.

 

SENATOR MCLACHLAN, Co-Chm., 24th Dist; FRANTZ, Vice Chm., 36th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES FOX, Chm., 148th Dist.; WINKLER, Vice Chm., 56th; HADDAD, 54th; LESSER, 100th; MCCARTHY VAHEY, 133rd; MILLER, 145th; SANTIAGO, 84th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES DEVLIN, Ranking Member, 134th Dist.; CUMMINGS, 74th; FRANCE, 42nd; LABRIOLA, 131st; REBIMBAS, 70th, SAMPSON, 80th.

 

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT ADVANCEMENT

 

SENATORS BYE, Co-Chm., 5th Dist.; FLEXER, Vice Chm., 29th.

 

SENATOR LINARES, Co-Chm., 33rd Dist.; SOMERS, Vice Chm., 18th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES HADDAD, Chm., 54th Dist.; ZIOGAS, Vice Chm., 79th; ELLIOTT, 88th; GENTILE, 104th; MUSHINSKY, 85th; SANCHEZ, 25th; SIMMONS, 144th; SOTO, 39th; STALLWORTH, 126th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES STANESKI, Ranking Member, 119th Dist.; ACKERT, 8th; BETTS, 78th; CAMILLO, 151st; CHEESEMAN, 37th; DUFF, 2nd; LEGEYT, 17th; TWEEDIE, 13th.

 

HOUSING

 

SENATORS SLOSSBERG, Co-Chm., 14th Dist.; OSTEN, Vice Chm., 19th.

 

SENATOR HWANG, Co-Chm., 28th Dist; KELLY, Vice Chm., 21st.

 

REPRESENTATIVES BUTLER, Chm., 72nd Dist.; ROSE, Vice Chm., 118th; ARCE, 4th; DE LA CRUZ, 41st; SOTO, 39th.

REPRESENTATIVES KUPCHICK, Ranking Member, 132nd Dist.; BERTHEL 68th; BOCCHINO, 150th; DAVIS, 57th; POLLETTA, 68th.

 

HUMAN SERVICES

 

SENATORS MOORE, Co-Chm., 22nd Dist.; BYE, Vice Chm., 5th.

 

SENATOR MARKLEY, Co-Chm., 16th Dist; KELLY, Vice Chm., 21st.

 

REPRESENTATIVES ABERCROMBIE, Chm., 83rd Dist.; ADAMS, Vice Chm., 146th; BUTLER, 72nd; COOK, 65th; MCGEE, 5th; MORRIS, 140th; SANTIAGO, 84th; STALLWORTH, 126th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES CASE, Ranking Member, 63rd Dist.; BYRON, 27th; DAUPHINAIS, 44th; FERRARO, 117th; FUSCO, 81st; OHLER, 64th; WOOD, 141st.

 

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

SENATORS LARSON, Co-Chm., 3rd Dist.; HARTLEY, Vice Chm., 15th.

 

SENATOR KELLY, Co-Chm., 21st Dist.; BERTHEL, Vice Chm., 32nd.

 

REPRESENTATIVES SCANLON, Chm., 98th Dist.; DE LA CRUZ, Vice Chm., 41st; ALBIS, 99th; JOHNSON, 49th; LESSER, 100th; PAOLILLO, 97th; RILEY, 46th; STEINBERG, 136th; ZIOGAS, 89th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES SAMPSON, Ranking Member, 80th Dist.; ACKERT, 8th; BERTHEL, 32nd; DELNICKI, 14th; FLOREN, 149th; PAVALOCK-D'AMATO, 77th; POLLETTA, 68th; SIEGRIST, 36th; VAIL, 52nd.

 

INTERNSHIP

 

SENATORS KENNEDY, Co-Chm., 12th Dist.; FONFARA, 1st; GOMES, 23rd.

SENATORS GUGLIELMO, Ranking Member, 35th Dist.; BERTHEL, 32nd; FASANO, 34th.

REPRESENTATIVES HAMPTON, Ranking Member16th Dist.; FLEISCHMANN, 18th; ROSE, 118th; TONG, 147th.

REPRESENTATIVES MCCARTY, Co-Chm., 38th Dist.; BUCKBEE, 67th; CASE, 63rd; FERGUSON, 138th.

JUDICIARY

SENATORS DOYLE, Co-Chm., 9th Dist.; WINFIELD, Vice Chm., 10th; FLEXER, 29th; GERRATANA, 6th; GOMES, 23rd; MCCRORY, 2nd.

SENATORS KISSEL, Co-Chm., 7th Dist.; MCLACHLAN, Vice Chm., 24th; HWANG, 28th; MARKLEY, 16th; SUZIO, 13th; WITKOS, 8th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES TONG, Chm., 147th Dist.; STAFSTROM, Vice Chm., 129th; BARAM, 15th; BERGER, 73rd; CONLEY, 40th; CURREY, 11th; DILLON, 92nd; FOX, 148th; GODFREY, 110th; GONZALEZ, 3rd; MORRIS, 140th; PORTER, 94th; RILEY, 46th; SERRA, 33rd; WALKER, 93rd.

 

REPRESENTATIVES REBIMBAS, Ranking Member, 70th Dist.; CANDELORA, 86th; CARPINO, 32nd; CUMMINGS, 74th; DUBITSKY, 47th; HARDING, 107th; LABRIOLA, 131st; MCGORTY, 122nd; O'DEA, 125th; O'NEILL, 69th; SAMPSON, 80th; SMITH, 108th; SRINIVASAN, 31st; STORMS, 60th.

 

LABOR AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

 

SENATORS GOMES, Co-Chm., 23rd Dist.; OSTEN, Vice Chm., 19th.

 

SENATOR MINER, Co-Chm., 30th Dist; MCLACHLAN, Vice Chm., 24th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES PORTER, Chm., 94th Dist.; PAOLILLO, Vice Chm., 97th; HALL, 7th; ROSARIO, 128th; VARGAS, 6th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES BOCCHINO, Ranking Member, 150th Dist.; RUTIGLIANO, 123rd; SMITH, 108th; VAIL, 52nd.

 

LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT

 

SENATORS LOONEY, Co-Chm., 11th Dist.; DUFF, Vice Chm., 25th; BYE, 5th; DOYLE, 9th; FONFARA, 1st; HARTLEY, 15th; MOORE, 22nd.

SENATORS FASANO, Co-Chm.34th Dist.; WITKOS, Vice Chm., 8th; BOUCHER, 26th; FRANTZ, 36th; GUGLIELMO, 35th; KISSEL, 7th; MCLACHLAN, 24th.

REPRESENTATIVES ARESIMOWICZ, Chm., 30th Dist.; RITTER, Vice Chm., 1st; COOK, 65th; GENTILE, 104th; GODFREY, 110th; GONZALEZ, 3rd; MORIN, 28th; MORRIS, 140th; ORANGE, 48th; RILEY, 46th.

REPRESENTATIVES KLARIDES, Ranking Member, 114th Dist.; CANDELORA, 86th; FREY 111th; HOYDICK, 120th; KOKORUDA, 101st; O'DEA, 125th; O'NEILL, 69th; PISCOPO, 76th.

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

SENATORS  CASSANO, Co-Chm., 4th Dist.; FONFARA, Vice Chm., 1st; BYE, 5th.

SENATORS LOGAN, Co-Chm., 17th Dist.; MARKLEY, Vice Chm., 16th; HWANG, 28th.

REPRESENTATIVES LEMAR, Chm., 96th Dist.; D'AGOSTINO, 91st; HALL, 7th; LOPES, 24th; REED, 102nd; ROJAS, 9th; SLAP, 19th; SANTIAGO, 130th; STAFSTROM, 129th.

REPRESENTATIVES ZAWISTOWSKI, Ranking Member, 61st Dist.; BELSITO, 53rd; DELNICKI, 14th; DUBITSKY, 47th; FRANCE, 42nd; HALL, 59th; SIMANSKI, 62nd; WILMS, 142nd. 

PUBLIC HEALTH

SENATORS GERRATANA, Co-Chm., 6th Dist.; KENNEDY, Vice Chm., 12th; MOORE, 22nd.

SENATORS SOMERS, Co-Chm., 18th Dist.; LOGAN, Vice Chm., 17th; MARKLEY, 16th.

REPRESENTATIVES STEINBERG, Chm., 136th Dist.; BORER, Vice Chm., 115th; COOK, 65th; DEMICCO, 21st; GENGA, 10th; RiLEY, 46th; RYAN, 139th; SCANLON, 98th; TERCYAK, 26th; WINKLER, 56th.

REPRESENTATIVES SRINIVASAN, Ranking Member, 31st Dist.; BETTS, 78th; CANDELORA, 86th; CARPINO, 32nd; CUMMINGS, 74th; KLARIDES-DITRIA, 105th; MCCARTY, 38th; PERILLO, 113th; PETIT, 22nd; STANESKY, 119th.

 

PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

SENATORS LARSON, Co-Chm., 3rd Dist.; CASSANO, Vice Chm., 4th; GOMES, 23rd.

 

SENATOR GUGLIELMO, Co-Chm., 35th Dist.; WITKOS, Vice Chm., 8th; Miner, 30th. 

 

REPRESENTATIVES VERRENGIA, Chm., 20th Dist.; ORANGE, Vice Chm., 48th; ADAMS, 146th; ARCONTI, 109th; BOYD, 50th; DIMASSA, 116th; GONZALEZ, 3rd; PAOLILLO, 97th; ROVERO, 51st; SIMMONS, 144th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES SREDZINSKI, Ranking Member, 112th Dist.; DAUPHINAIS, 44th; FISHBEIN, 90th; FUSCO, 81st; OHLER, 64th; SEIGRIST, 36th; SKULCZYCK, 45th; VAIL, 52nd; ZUPKUS, 89th.

 

REGULATION REVIEW

 

SENATORS DOYLE, Co-Chm., 9th Dist.; SLOSSBERG, 14th; GOMES, 23rd.

SENATORS KELLY, Ranking Member, 21st Dist.; LOGAN, 17th; MINER, 30th.

REPRESENTATIVES JOHNSON, Ranking Member, 49th Dist.; GODFREY, 110th; REYES, 75th; URBAN, 43rd.

REPRESENTATIVES CARPINO, Co-Chm., 32nd Dist.; KLARIDES-DITRIA, 105th; O'NEILL, 69th; RUTIGLIANO, 123rd.

TRANSPORTATION

SENATORS LEONE, Co-Chm., 27th Dist.; CASSANO, Vice Chm., 4th; KENNEDY, 12th; LARSON, 3rd; OSTEN, 19th.

SENATORS BOUCHER, Co-Chm., 26th Dist.; SUZIO, Vice Chm., 13th; FRANTZ, 36th; LINARES, 33rd; MARTIN, 31st.

REPRESENTATIVES GUERRERA, Chm., 29th Dist.; ARCE, Vice Chm., 4th; ALBIS, 99th; ALTOBELLO, 82nd; HENNESSY, 127th; LOPES, 24th; MCCARTHY VAHEY, 133rd; MORIN, 28th; PERONE, 137th; ROSARIO, 128th; SCANLON, 98th; SERRA, 33rd; STEINBERG, 136th; VERRENGIA, 20th.

REPRESENTATIVES CARNEY, Ranking Member, 23rd Dist.; DEVLIN, 134th; FERGUSON, 138th; GREEN, 55th; LABRIOLA, 131st; LAVIELLE, 143rd; MACLACHLAN, 35th; MCGORTY, 122nd; O'DEA, 125th; STORMS, 60th; WILMS, 142nd; ZAWISTOWSKI, 61st.

VETERANS' AFFAIRS

SENATORS FLEXER, Co-Chm., 29th Dist.; GOMES, Vice Chm., 23rd; OSTEN, 19th.

 

SENATORS MARTIN, Co-Chm., 31st Dist.; LOGAN, Vice Chm., 17th; SUZIO, 13th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES HENNESSY, Chm., 127th Dist.; LINEHAN, Vice Chm., 103rd; BOYD, 50th; GUERRERA, 29th; ROSE, 118th.

 

REPRESENTATIVES FERRARO, Ranking Member, 117th Dist.; SIEGRIST, 36th; SKULCZYK, 45th; STOKES, 58th.

LENGTH OF LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS

From 1887 through 1970, the General Assembly met in biennial sessions pursuant to Amendment XXVII to the Constitution of 1818, adopted October 1884.

 

Year

Convened

Adjourned

1887

Wednesday, January 5th

Thursday, May 19th

1889

Wednesday, January 9th

Saturday, June 22nd

1891

Wednesday, January 7th

Dead-locked Session

1893

Wednesday, January 4th

Friday, June 30th

1895

Wednesday, January 9th

Tuesday, July 9th

1897

Wednesday, January 6th

Saturday, June 12th

1899

Wednesday, January 4th

Tuesday, June 20th

1901

Wednesday, January 9th

Monday, June 17th

1903

Wednesday, January 7th

Thursday, June 18th

1905

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, July 19th

1907

Wednesday, January 9th

Thursday, August 1st

1909

Wednesday, January 6th

Tuesday, August 24th

1911

Wednesday, January 4th

Tuesday, September 26th

1913

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

1915

Wednesday, January 6th

Tuesday, May 18th

1916

Tuesday, September 12th*

Tuesday, September 12th

1917

Wednesday, January 3rd

Thursday, May 17th

1918

Tuesday, March 19th*

Wednesday, March 20th

1919

Wednesday, January 8th

Thursday, May 8th

1920

Tuesday, September 14th*

Tuesday, September 21st

1920

Tuesday, September 21st*

Tuesday, September 21st

1921

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

1923

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

1925

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

1927

Wednesday, January 5th

Friday, May 6th

1929

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, May 8th

1929

Tuesday, August 6th*

Tuesday, August 6th

1931

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, May 27th

1933

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1935

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

1936

Thursday, November 5th*

Wednesday, December 9th

1937

Wednesday, January 6th

Wednesday, June 9th

1939

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1941

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

1942

Monday, October 19th*

Monday, October 19th

1943

Wednesday, January 6th

Wednesday, May 19th

1944

Monday, January 24th*

Friday, January 28th

1944

Monday, June 19th*

Tuesday, June 20th

1945

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

1946

Tuesday, May 7th*

Friday, May 17th

1947

Wednesday, January 8th

Tuesday, June 3rd

1948

Tuesday, February 17th*

Thursday, February 26th

1948

Monday, August 23rd*

Wednesday, August 25th

1949

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

1949

Tuesday, June 14th*

Thursday, June 30th1

1949

Wednesday, October 5th*

Thursday, October 6th

1949

Wednesday, November 9th*

Thursday, December 1st

1950

Thursday, March 9th*

Friday, May 26th2

1950

Tuesday, September 5th*

Friday, September 15th

1951

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

1951

Wednesday, June 13th*

Wednesday, June 13th

1953

Wednesday, January 7th

Friday, May 29th

1955

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

1955

Wednesday, June 22nd*

Friday, June 24th

1955

Wednesday, November 9th*

Thursday, December 15th

1957

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

1957

Tuesday, September 17th*

Tuesday, October 1st

1958

Tuesday, March 4th*

Friday, April 18th

1959

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

1961

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1963

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

1963

Wednesday, June 26th*

Wednesday, June 26th

1964

Tuesday, April 21st*

Thursday, April 23rd

1964

Monday, August 3rd*

Thursday, September 10th

1964

Tuesday, November 10th*

Friday, January 29th, 1965

1965

Tuesday, February 2nd+

Wednesday, June 9th

1965

Monday, December 13th*

Monday, December 13th

1967

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1969

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

1969

Monday, June 23rd*

Thursday, June 26th

1970

Tuesday, October 6th*

Tuesday, October 6th

 

Beginning in 1971, the General Assembly has met in annual sessions pursuant to Article III of the Amendments to the Constitution of 1965, adopted November 25, 1970. 

In odd-numbered years, the General Assembly convenes in annual regular session on the Wednesday following the first Monday of January, and adjourns not later than the first Wednesday after the first Monday in June. In even-numbered years, it convenes on the Wednesday following the first Monday of February, and adjourns not later than the first Wednesday after the first Monday in May. Special sessions may be called according to law.

The component houses of the General Assembly, (Senate and House Representatives), may adjourn on different dates. The dates listed below for the adjournment of the General Assembly indicate the date of adjournment of the house that was last in session. 

In rare cases, the component houses may convene on different dates. The dates listed below for the convening of the General Assembly indicate the date of convening for the house that was first in session.

Reconvened regular and reconvened special sessions (also called, "veto" or "trailer" sessions) are not included in this list.

 

Dates of convening and adjournment listed below are calendar dates unless otherwise noted.

 

 

Year

Convened

Adjourned

1971

Wednesday, January 6th

Wednesday, June 9th

1971

Friday, June 11th*

Thursday, August 12th

1972

Wednesday, February 9th

Wednesday, May 3rd

1972

Tuesday, May 16th*

Tuesday, May 23rd

1972

Monday, June 12th*

Thursday, June 16th

1972

Tuesday, September 19th*

Wednesday, January 3rd, 1973

1973

Wednesday, January 3rd

Friday, June 1st

1974

Wednesday, February 6th

Wednesday, May 8th

1975

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

1975

Monday, July 21st*

Friday, August 8th

1975

Monday, December 1st*

Thursday, December 4th

1976

Wednesday, February 4th

Wednesday, May 5th

1977

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

1978

Wednesday, February 8th

Wednesday, May 3rd

1979

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

1979

Monday, July 30th*

Monday, July 30th

1979

Monday, July 30th*

Monday, August 13th

1979

Wednesday, October 31st*

Tuesday, November 20th

1980

Wednesday, February 6th

Wednesday, May 7th

1981

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

1981

Friday, July 31st*

Friday, July 31st

1981

Thursday, November 19th*

Monday, January 25th, 1982

1982

Wednesday, February 3rd

Wednesday, May 5th

1982

Monday, June 28th*

Wednesday, June 30th

1983

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

1983

Friday, June 10th*

Wednesday, June 29th

1983

Monday, July 25th*

Monday, July 25th

1983

Tuesday, October 11th*

Thursday, October 13th

1983

Friday, December 9th*

Friday, December 9th

1984

Wednesday, February 8th

Wednesday, May 9th

1984

Monday, June 25th*

Monday, June 25th

1985

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

1985

Wednesday, July 24th**

Thursday, July 25th

1986

Wednesday, February 5th

Wednesday, May 7th

1986

Wednesday, May 21st*

Friday, June 6th

1986

Wednesday, June 11th*

Friday, June 13th

1986

Monday, June 23rd*

Monday, June 23rd

1986

Monday, June 23rd*

Tuesday, July 1st

1987

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

1987

Wednesday, July 22nd*

Wednesday, July 22nd

1988

Wednesday, February 3rd

Wednesday, May 4th

1988

Monday, June 20th*

Monday, June 20th

1989

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1989

Monday, July 17th*

Monday, July 17th

1990

Wednesday, February 7th

Wednesday, May 9th

1990

Monday, June 25th*

Monday, June 25th

1991

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

1991

Wednesday, June 5th*

Thursday, September 19th

1991

Wednesday, June 12th*

Wednesday, June 12th

1991

Wednesday, June 26th*

Thursday, June 27th

1991

Wednesday, September 11th*

Monday, September 16th

1991

Monday, November 18th*

Wednesday, December 18th

1992

Wednesday, February 5th

Wednesday, May 6th

1992

Tuesday, May 12th*

Monday, June 1st

1992

Monday, June 22nd*

Monday, July 6th

1992

Monday, June 29th*

Monday, July 6th

1993

Wednesday, January 6th

Wednesday, June 9th

1993

Thursday, June 10th*

Thursday, June 17th

1993

Monday, July 12th*

Monday, July 12th

1993

Wednesday, September 22nd*

Monday, September 27th

1993

Wednesday, October 20th*

Wednesday, October 20th

1994

Wednesday, February 9th

Wednesday, May 4th

1994

Friday, May 6th*

Wednesday, May 25th

1994

Wednesday, May 25th*

Wednesday, May 25th

1994

Wednesday, July 6th*

Wednesday, July 13th

1994

Wednesday, July 13th*

Wednesday, July 13th

1994

Wednesday, October 12th*

Monday, November 28th

1994

Monday, November 28th*

Monday, November 28th

1995

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

1995

Wednesday, October 25th*

Monday, November 20th3

1996

Wednesday, February 7th

Wednesday, May 8th

1997

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

1997

Thursday, June 5th*

Monday, July 21st

1997

Wednesday, June 18th*

Wednesday, June 25th

1997

Monday, July 21st*

Monday, July 21st

1997

Wednesday, October 29th*

Wednesday, October 29th

1998

Wednesday, February 4th

Wednesday, May 6th

1998

Monday, June 22nd*

Monday, June 22nd

1998

Tuesday, December 15th*

Tuesday, December 15th

1999

Wednesday, January 6th

Wednesday, June 9th

1999

Monday, June 14th*

Monday, June 14th

2000

Wednesday, February 9th

Wednesday, May 3rd

2000

Wednesday, May 3rd*

Monday, June 19th

2000

Monday, June 19th*

Tuesday, June 20th

2001

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

2001

Thursday, June 7th*

Friday, June 29th

2001

Monday, July 23rd*

Monday, July 23rd

2001

Tuesday, November 13th*

Thursday, November 15th

2001

Thursday, November 15th*

Thursday, November 15th

2002

Wednesday, February 6th

Wednesday, May 8th

2002

Thursday, May 9th*

Tuesday, August 13th

2002

Wednesday, December 18th*

Monday, January 6th, 2003

2003

Monday, January 6th*

Monday, January 6th4

2003

Wednesday, January 8th

Wednesday, June 4th

2003

Monday, June 30th**

Sunday, August 17th5

2003

Tuesday, July 1st*

Sunday, August 17th

2003

Monday, September 8th*

Monday, September 8th

2004

Monday, January 26th**

Monday, January 26th6

2004

Wednesday, February 4th

Wednesday, May 5th

2004

Tuesday, May 11th*

Thursday, December 9th7

2004

Tuesday, May 11th*

Monday, June 28th8

2005

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th9

2005

Thursday, June 23rd*

Wednesday, June 29th

2005

Tuesday, October 11th*

Tuesday, October 11th

2005

Tuesday, October 25th*

Thursday, December 1st

2005

Wednesday, November 2nd*

Thursday, December 1st

2006

Wednesday, February 8th

Wednesday, May 3rd

2007

Wednesday, January 3rd

Wednesday, June 6th

2007

Thursday, June 7th*(a)

Wednesday, December 5th

2007

Thursday, September 20th*

Wednesday, September 26th10

2007

Wednesday, September 26th*

Wednesday, December 5th11

2008

Tuesday, January 22nd*

Friday, February 1st12

2008

Wednesday, February 6th

Wednesday, May 7th

2008

Wednesday, June 11th*

Tuesday, December 9th

2008

Wednesday, June 11th*

Tuesday, December 9th13

2008

Friday, August 22nd*

Tuesday, December 9th

2008

Monday, November 24th**

Tuesday, December 9th14

2009

Friday, January 2nd*

Friday, January 2nd15

2009

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

2009

Friday, June 19th*

Thursday, October 29th

2009

Friday, June 19th*

Thursday, June 25th16

2009

Wednesday, September 23rd*

Thursday, October 29th

2009

Tuesday, December 15th*

Tuesday, December 22nd17

2010

Wednesday, February 3rd

Wednesday, May 5th

2010

Monday, June 21st*

Wednesday, December 8th18

2010

Friday, July 30th*

Wednesday, December 8th19

2011

Wednesday, January 5th

Wednesday, June 8th

2011

Thursday, June 30th*

Thursday, September 1st20

2011

Wednesday, October 26th*

Tuesday, November 1st21

2012

Wednesday, February 8th

Wednesday, May 9th

2012

Tuesday, June 12th**

Tuesday, June12th

2012

Wednesday, December 19th*

Thursday, January 3, 2013

2013

Wednesday, January 9th

Wednesday, June 5th

2014

Wednesday, February 5th

Wednesday, May 7th

2015

Wednesday, January 7th

Wednesday, June 3rd

2015

Monday, June 29th*

Monday, June 29th

2015

Tuesday, December 8th*

Tuesday, December 8th

2016

Wednesday, February 3rd

Wednesday, May 4th

2016

Thursday, May 5th*

Wednesday, June 8th

2017

Wednesday, January 4th

Wednesday, June 7th

 

 

*Special Session.

**Two Special Sessions on the same day.

+Special "Regular" Session (1963 holdover General Assembly).

(a)The Senate convened on June 7, 2007; the House convened on June 23.

1The Senate adjourned without date June 30, 1949. The Governor, under the provisions of Article 4, Sec. 9 of the Connecticut Constitution, issued a Proclamation ending the Special Session as of June 30. The House of Representatives, however, met on July 6th and then recessed subject to the call of the Speaker of the House.

2The House of Representatives adjourned May 25, 1950. The Senate adjourned May 26.

3The Senate adjourned November 17, 1995; the House adjourned November 20.

4Special Session of the 2002 General Assembly.

5Two special sessions both convened on the same day and adjourned on the same day.

6Special Sessions of the 2003 General Assembly.

7The Senate adjourned July 1, 2004; the House adjourned December 9.

8The Senate adjourned May 11, 2004; the House adjourned June 28.

9The Senate adjourned June 8, 2005. The House adjourned at 12:02 A.M. on the "legislative day" of June 8, which was the calendar day June 9.

10The House adjourned September 20, 2007; the Senate adjourned September 26.

11The Senate adjourned September 26, 2007; the House adjourned December 5.

12Special session of the 2007 General Assembly.

13The House adjourned June 11, 2008; the Senate adjourned December 9.

14Two special sessions both convened on the same day and adjourned on the same day.

15Special session of the 2008 General Assembly.

16The House adjourned June 19, 2009; the Senate adjourned June 25.

17The House adjourned December 21, 2009; the Senate adjourned December 22.

18The Senate adjourned December 7, 2010; the House adjourned December 8.

19The Senate adjourned December 7, 2010; the House adjourned December 8. Senate Joint Resolution 48 which called the session provided for adjournment without date "not later than 12:00 A.M. on November 3, 2010."

20The House adjourned August 23, 2011; the Senate adjourned September 1.

21The House adjourned October 26, 2011; the Senate adjourned November 1.

 

POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE CONNECTICUT

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SINCE 1887

STATE SENATE

Year

Republicans

Democrats

Other Parties

1887

14

10

1889

17

7

1891

7

17

1893

12

12

1895

23

1

1897

24

0

1899

20

4

1901

22

2

1903

18

6

1905

29

6

1907

27

8

1909

31

4

1911

21

14

1913

14

21

1915

30

5

1917

25

10

1919

24

11

1921

34

1

1923

27

8

1925

33

2

1927

34

1

1929

22

13

1931

20

15

1933

17

18

1935

15

17

Soc. 3

1937

9

26

1939

16

17

Soc. 2

1941

13

22

1943

22

14

1945

15

21

1947

27

9

1949

13

23

1951

17

19

1953

22

14

1955

16

20

1957

31

5

1959

7

29

1961

12

24

1963

13

23

1965*

13

23

1967

11

25

1969

12

24

1971, 72

17

19

1973, 74

23

13

1975, 76

7

29

1977, 78

14

22

1979, 80

10

26

1981, 82

13

23

1983, 84

13

23

1985, 86

24

12

1987, 88

11

25

1989, 90

13

23

1991, 92

16

20

1993, 94

17

19

1995, 96

19

17

1997, 98

17

19

1999

17

19

2000

17

19

2001

15

21

2002

15

21

2003

15

20

Vacancy 1

2004

15

20

Vacancy 1

2005

12

23

Vacancy 1

2006

12

24

2007

12

24

2008

13

23

2009

12

24

2010

12

24

2011

14

22

2012

14

22

2013

14

22

2014

14

22

2015

15

21

2016

15

21

2017

18

18

*1963 holdover General Assembly.

 

POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE CONNECTICUT

GENERAL ASSEMBLY SINCE 1887

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Year

Republicans

Democrats

Other Parties

1887

137

109

Ind. 2; Vacancy 1

1889

152

96

Ind. 1

1891

133

116

Ind. 1; Vacancy 1

1893

137

113

Proh. 1

1895

204

46

Peoples 1

1897

218

29

Nat. Dem. 5

1899

180

69

Gold Dem. 3

1901

201

52

Ind. 1; Gold Dem. 1

1903

187

68

1905

219

36

1907

189

66

1909

208

47

1911

159

99

1913

130

120

Progressive 6; Pro. Rep. 2

1915

196

60

Progressive 1; Ind. 1

1917

194

64

1919

189

69

1921

248

13

Ind. 1

1923

210

52

1925

239

23

1927

237

25

1929

220

42

1931

182

85

1933

195

72

1935

180

85

Soc. 2

1937

167

100

1939

202

63

Soc. 2

1941

185

87

1943

202

70

1945

196

76

1947

227

45

1949

180

92

1951

190

87

1953

221

58

1955

184

92

Ind. 3

1957

249

30

1959

138

141

1961

176

118

1963

183

111

1965*

183

111

1967

60

117

1969

67

110

1971, 72

78

99

1973, 74

93

58

1975, 76

33

118

1977

58

93

1978

60

91

1979, 80

48

103

1981, 82

69

82

1983, 84

64

87

1985, 86

85

66

1987

59

92

1988

60

91

1989, 90

63

88

1991

62

88

Vacancy 1

1992, 93

64

87

1994

65

86

1995, 96

60

91

1997, 98

55

96

1999

54

96

Vacancy 1

2000

55

96

2001

51

99

Vacancy 1

2002

51

100

2003

55

94

Vacancies 2

2004

56

94

Vacancy 1

2005

52

99

2006

52

99

2007

44

107

2008

44

107

2009

37

114

2010

37

114

2011

52

99

2012

52

99

2013

52

99

2014

54

97

2015

64

87

2016

64

87

2017

72

79

*1963 holdover General Assembly.