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State Session Dates Prefile Date Carryover
Start Adjournment '21 to '22 '22 to '23
Alabama 1/11/22 4/25/22 7/1/21 No No
Alaska 1/18/22 5/18/22 1/7/22 Yes No
Arizona 1/10/22 5/13/22 11/15/21 No No
Arkansas 2/14/22 3/16/22 11/15/21 No No
California 1/3/22 8/31/22 Yes No
Colorado 1/12/22 5/11/22 12/1/21 No No
Connecticut 2/9/22 5/4/22 No No
Delaware 1/11/22 6/30/22 Yes No
Florida 1/11/22 3/11/22 7/19/21 No No
Georgia 1/10/22 3/31/22 11/15/21 Yes No
Hawaii 1/19/22 4/28/22 1/12/22 Yes No
Idaho 1/10/22 3/31/22 No No
Illinois 1/12/22 5/31/22 Yes No
Indiana 1/11/22 3/14/22 12/12/21 No No
Iowa 1/10/22 4/20/22 9/1/21 Yes No
Kansas 1/10/22 5/25/22 5/27/21 Yes No
Kentucky 1/4/22 4/11/22 6/1/21 No No
Louisiana 3/14/22 6/6/22 No No
Maine 1/5/22 4/29/22 Yes No
Maryland 1/12/22 4/11/22 11/22/21 No No
Massachusetts 1/5/22 1/3/23 Yes No
Michigan 1/12/22 12/31/22 Yes No
Minnesota 1/31/22 5/23/22 Yes No
Mississippi 1/4/22 4/3/22 9/1/21 No No
Missouri 1/5/22 5/20/22 12/1/21 No No
Montana No regular session in even-numbered years
Nebraska 1/1/22 3/31/22 Yes No
Nevada No regular session in even-numbered years
New Hampshire 1/5/22 6/30/22 9/13/21 No No
New Jersey 1/11/22 12/31/22 11/15/21 No Yes
New Mexico 1/18/22 2/17/22 1/4/22 No No
New York 1/5/22 6/10/22 11/15/21 Yes No
North Carolina 5/18/22 6/30/22 Yes No
North Dakota No regular session in even-numbered years
Ohio 1/3/22 12/31/22 Yes No
Oklahoma 2/7/22 5/27/22 6/14/21 Yes No
Oregon 2/1/22 3/7/22 11/19/21 No No
Pennsylvania 1/4/22 11/30/22 Yes No
Rhode Island 1/4/22 6/30/22 11/15/21 No No
South Carolina 1/11/22 5/12/22 11/17/21 Yes No
South Dakota 1/11/22 3/28/22 12/12/21 No No
Tennessee 1/11/22 4/29/22 No No
Texas No regular session in even-numbered years
Utah 1/18/22 3/4/22 5/5/21 No No
Vermont 1/4/22 5/20/22 Yes No
Virginia 1/12/22 3/12/22 11/15/21 No Yes
Washington 1/10/22 3/10/22 12/1/21 Yes No
West Virginia 1/12/22 3/12/22 Yes No
Wisconsin 1/18/22 5/18/22 Yes No
Wyoming 2/14/22 3/11/22 12/1/21 No No