Interim legislative session starts next week

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The 2023 interim legislative session starts next week and lawmakers will head to the state capital to discuss potential topics for the upcoming legislative session. 

An interim joint committee is composed of all members of a Senate standing committee and all members of a House standing committee. Interim joint committees meet between sessions as a subcommittee of the Legislative Research Commission. Statutory and special committees may also meet during the interim period. 

Part of the focus of the interim period will be specific policy issues to be studied by several special committees or task forces.

LINK nky recently explored how two of those task forces (certificate of need and local government annexation) will impact Northern Kentucky. 

For the full 2023 interim calendar, visit Please note, the calendar is subject to change.

Unless otherwise indicated on the calendar, most interim joint, statutory and special committee meetings are scheduled in the Capitol Annex building in Frankfort.

Livestreams of the committee meetings will be provided by Kentucky Educational Television (KET) and the Legislative Research Commission. For links to the livestreams, go to

Each week, the legislative calendar on the Legislative Research Commission website will be updated with information on which committees are meeting for the week. The calendar is available at

For more information on interim joint committees, visit

For more information on statutory committees, visit

For more information on special committees, visit

To view materials such as info sheets, handouts and PowerPoint presentations that are compiled for lawmakers to review at committee meetings, click on the “Meeting Materials” tab on the left side of each committee’s page. Meeting agendas are also posted on this page.

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To share feedback on an issue with lawmakers, call the General Assembly’s Message Line at 1-800-372-7181. Kentuckians with hearing loss can use Kentucky Relay by dialing 7-1-1.

 To directly reach a lawmaker’s office, call 502-564-8100. An operator will transfer the call to the office of the lawmaker you want to reach

If you have a question about the lawmaking process or legislative resources, the LRC Public Information can be reached by calling 502-564-8100 ext. 59105.

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