• The Constitution Revision Commission, which meets every 20 years to propose Constitutional Amendments, met in the Senate chamber.
  • A House education committee took up a number of education reforms, including a proposal to make statewide tests public.
  • The Office of Public Counsel reached a settlement agreement with Gulf Power resolving issues in the utility’s rate hike case.

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