The Kentucky General Assembly is adjusting its calendar to continue work on pending issues before beginning a January recess several days later than originally planned.
Under the revised schedule, lawmakers have added January 9, 11, 12, and 13 to the days on which the Senate and House will convene. After that, lawmakers will be in recess until the second part of the 2021 legislative session begins on Feb. 2.
Any further adjustments to the 2021 Regular Session Calendar will be agreed upon and announced when the General Assembly reconvenes on February 2.
Originally, the session was to begin this week with its “organizational” time and then recess until February 5 to come back and finish up the remaining 26 days of the 30-day session.