Last week, post crossover, the pace of action at the General Assembly slowed considerably. Few committee meetings were held and only a handful of votes were taken on the House and Senate floor. A planned hearing on a controversial omnibus gun-rights bill was scheduled, rescheduled, and finally cancelled. While a few newsworthy developments took place within the building, including a House vote to cap the renewable energy tax credit (after a version of this measure was voted down in committee earlier this session, and twice last session), and several groups held “lobby days” to promote agendas ranging from LGBT rights, school nurse funding, and second chances for felons, most of the major news affecting State government happened outside of 16 W. Jones St. Read full report here.