Sine Die 2014

After 39 days, the 2014 General Assembly will meet one final time today for Sine Die, the last day of the legislative session. It’s also the last day of the two-year legislative cycle, meaning any bill that doesn’t pass today is dead.

Major issues remain unresolved. The House and Senate have major disagreements over medical marijuana, privatization of foster care and, most importantly, guns. Agreements, should there be any, must be reached by midnight.

The fun starts in the House at 9:30 a.m. and the Senate at 10 a.m. We’ve compiled the top bills lawmakers will deal with and will update this page when a bill either passes or fails.

There is also a live Twitter feed featuring the House and Senate members. Check back throughout the day to see the progress legislators make.