FAQ

When does the committee meet?

The Public Safety Committee normally meets at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays in room 126 of the State Capitol.

How long are the hearings?

There is no set end time for hearings.  The length of hearings depends on many factors, but not limited to, testimony, the number of bills, other hearings, etc.

Can I attend the Public Safety Hearing?

Yes.  All members of the public are eligible to attend the hearings.  Dates and times are listed in the Assembly Daily File. 

Can I register my support/opposition for proposed legislation at the hearing?

Yes.  There is usually a short period of time set aside for the general public to state their name, organization (if applicable), and their position for a bill.

How do I formally register my support/opposition for proposed legislation?

The Public Safety Committee only accepts letters via mail or fax.  Oral support or opposition is not accepted.  Please submit one letter per bill.  If you would like to submit an email, please contact the committee for further instruction.

What is the deadline for submitting letters of support or opposition?

The deadline for letters is Thursday at 4:00 p.m. prior to the hearing.

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