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The Senate currently has 256 bills on their Appropriations Suspense file, and the Assembly currently has 328 bills on their Suspense file.
In general, bills on Appropriation Suspense file are "bills that would have a fiscal impact in any single fiscal year from the General Fund or from private fundsof $50,000 or more." (Per committee rules.)
So we did some quick math: If each bill only appropriated the minimum amount required to be put on Suspense... and all bills were passed... the cost would equal $29.2 million.
This week CapitolTrack marked 310 bills "2 YEAR" because they were non-fiscal bills that did not pass their policy committee(s). (Joint Rule 61(a)(3)). Here's the breakdown of these 2 YEAR (or "carryover" bills).
Assembly bills - 205
Senate bills - 105
Author is a Dem - 156
Author is a Rep - 153
Author with most bills - Mansoor (11)
Author with fewest bills - 19 members tied (1)
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