This Week in the States - November 21, 2022
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This Week in the States

Monday, November 21, 2022

by Stateside Associates

FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 21, 2022

6 STATE LEGISLATURES ARE ACTIVELY MEETING THIS WEEK.

Also meeting: PUERTO RICO, GUAM, NORTH MARIANA ISLANDS and UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS.

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

View everything happening this week at stateside.com/blog/week-states.

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 Constantine Costidis.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The Housing and Executive Administration Committee will hold a hearing on November 21 regarding B 802. This measure establishes the Office of Social Housing Development to oversee affordable housing project development. 

Contact: Patrick Mccue

NEW YORK

The New York City Council will meet on November 21 to consider a local law amending the Administrative Code in relation to establishing a battery safety certification for powered mobility device mechanics. The Council will also consider a bill that would require the posting of lithium-ion battery safety guides in places of business and online retail platforms that sell powered mobility devices.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

NORTH CAROLINA

The Union County Board of Commissioners will meet on November 21 to consider amendments pertaining to setback concerns and make changes to the table of allowed uses regarding radio or television broadcast towers and wireless telecommunication facilities. 

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

OREGON

The Eugene City Council will meet on November 21 to consider an ordinance prohibiting fossil fuel infrastructure in new low-rise residential buildings.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

WASHINGTON

The Tacoma City Council will meet on November 22 to consider an ordinance amending various chapters of the Municipal Code in Title 1, relating to Administration and Personnel, Title 6, relating to the Tax and License Code, and Title 16, relating to Cable Systems, Open Video Systems, Telecommunications Systems and Private Communications Systems for protection against discrimination based on an individual’s actual, potential, perceived, or alleged pregnancy outcomes.

Contact: Stephanie Rojo

The Legislative Task Force on Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance Premiums will meet on November 22 to review draft proposals and make final recommendations regarding the PFML actuarial report. The report includes funding, contribution rates, and claims.

Contact: Carson Fort

 

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