2020 is a supplemental year, which means that lawmakers will meet for 60 days, instead of the 105 days that they met last year. Bills that weren’t passed in 2019 will have the chance to be voted on again in 2020, and they will retain their placement in the legislature.

The Governor, House, and Senate will all release supplemental budget proposals that will add to the Operating Budget and ensure that all programs and departments funded by the state can continue to function smoothly.

Now that the 2020 Session is over, lawmakers have agreed upon a final budget. Take a look at our budget grid below, which summarizes the portions of the budget that are within are policy priorities. Interested in a more general analysis? Read our summary of the 2020 Session, which includes information about budget appropriations as well.