The annual fall “veto session” is scheduled to begin in the Senate on Nov. 12, though lawmakers have few veto measures to consider, according to Senator Tim Bivins.

That short list prompted the House of Representatives to cancel the first of the two-week session, but the Senate has not followed suit.

The General Assembly met intermittently throughout the summer and fall, and took action on most of the vetoed legislation that would ordinarily be dealt with in November.  In fact, there are only two Senate Bills – Senate Bill 2636 and Senate Bill 2718 – that could possibly be voted on during the veto session.

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