2022 is a supplemental year, which means that lawmakers meet for only 60 days, instead of the 105 days that they met last year. Bills that weren’t passed in 2021 kept their place in the legislative process and had the chance to be voted on again in 2022.

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

By the end of the 2022 session, the House and Senate negotiated a final supplemental budget for state spending through the 2021-2023 biennium and voted to pass it into law: