How do I find the status of a bill or resolution?
The status of legislation may be found by accessing the Legislative Information System (LIS).
Information is stored in various formats and may be searched by different methods including subject, member, date of introduction, etc....
Q:How do I find legislative data from previous years that is not on the Internet?
data is available on the Legislative Information System (LIS) from 1994 to the
present. If you are looking for
legislation prior to 1994, please contact the following offices by telephone or
email: Senate Legislative Information and Constituent Services (LINCS) Office at
(804) 698-7410, firstname.lastname@example.org and/or House of Delegates Information and Communication Services (ICS) at (804) 698-1500, email@example.com.
Where does the General Assembly meet?
House and Seante subcomittee and comittee meetings typically occur in the General Assembly building. Daily floor sessions are held in the respective chambers on the second floor of the Capitol Building. A map is available that provides information on public entrances
to these buildings.