This Week in the States - June 13, 2022

This Week in the States

Monday, June 13, 2022

by Stateside Associates




  • In session or committee meetings: Blue 
  • Upcoming or in special session: Red
  • Adjourned and in recess: Grey

View everything happening this week at

Legislative Session Schedule

State Leadership at a Glance

Legislative Partisan Splits

Printable versions are available on each resource page.

View our comprehensive chart detailing capitol visitor restrictions, session meeting plans, conduct of public hearings and more. For questions, contact Alice Brumfield.


The deadline to pass the budget will be midnight on June 15.

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American Public Health Association (APHA)

Policy Action Institute

Washington, DC

June 14

Contact: Zachary Cook

National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)

Southeast Regional Meeting

Nashville, TN

June 14 - June 15

Contact: Mark Anderson

National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL)

Healthcare Summit

Washington, DC

June 16 - June 17

Contact: Johnathan Lozier

National Governors Association (NGA)

Broadband, Workforce Innovation and Digital Equity Summit

New Orleans, LA

June 15 - June 17

Contact: Johnathan Lozier

Attorney General Alliance (AGA)

Annual Meeting

Sun Valley, ID

June 13 - June 16

Contact: Steve Arthur

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Here are some state and local highlights taking place this week. View everything that's happening around all 50 states by visiting our website.


The Senate Housing Committee will hold a hearing on June 13 regarding California AB 1738. This measure requires the installation of electric vehicle charging stations in existing multifamily dwellings, hotels, motels, and nonresidential buildings.

Contact: Alex Aceto

On June 13, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Rules Committee will consider an ordinance approving the surveillance technology policy for the police department use of non-city entity surveillance cameras.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

The Senate Transportation Committee will hold a hearing on June 14 regarding California AB 660. This measure extends background check requirements currently reserved for taxis to rideshare and delivery drivers.  

Contact: Carson Fort

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on June 14 regarding California AB 2766. This measure grants investigatory powers to city attorneys and county counsels to investigate violations of the Unfair Competition Law. 

Contact: Ryan Reynolds

On June 14, the Beverly Hills City Council will consider an interim ordinance extending the moratorium on fractional ownership of residential and commercial property. 

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

The Assembly Local Government Committee will hold a hearing on June 15 regarding California SB 1226. This measure authorizes private, nonprofit corporations and nonprofit mutual benefit corporations to enter into a joint powers agreement with a public agency.  

Contact: Alex Aceto


The House Agriculture Committee will hold a hearing on June 15 regarding Delaware SB 228. This measure authorizes licensed veterinary technicians to administer rabies vaccinations to dog and cats in shelters.

Contact: Matthew Lidz


On June 14, the Montgomery County Council will introduce “Comprehensive Building Decarbonization” legislation requiring all-electric building standards for new construction, major renovations and additions by Jan. 1, 2024. The law would apply to residential and commercial construction.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo


On June 15, the Committee on Sanitation and Solid Waste Management of the New York City Council will consider a local law amending the Administrative Code in relation to establishing a goal of zero waste for the city by 2030.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

Patrick McGarry

Regulatory Associate

Patrick McGarry, Jr. is a Regulatory Associate in the Regulatory Services Division. Before joining Stateside Associates, Patrick worked in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, focusing on rural healthcare, telecommunications, transportation, infrastructure, and economic development. Patrick also has research experience at state-level think tanks, international chambers of commerce, and political action committees.

Originally from Colorado, Patrick graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University with a BA Hons in Political Science and a double-minor in Non-Profit and Public Administration and Theater Performance. Patrick was a 2018 Fellow with the American Enterprise Institute and the State Policy Network. He is also a proud member of the 2017 Capital Semester Scholars and the 2021-2022 Public Policy Fellows through The Fund for American Studies.

Where do you call home?  I’ve lived all over the United States, but Colorado will always be home to me.

What’s the last show you binge-watched?  Survivor! 

What’s the most adventurous food you’ve ever eaten? Rocky Mountain Oysters. If you know, you know.

What’s your favorite place in the world? Anywhere with mountains. 

If you could have an unlimited supply of one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?  Airline miles.

What was your first job? When I was 12, I went door-to-door offering to mow lawns in my neighborhood!

What’s one thing on your bucket list?  I really want to see the Northern Lights!

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