June 16 is the last day the Governor can sign, veto, or allow to become law without his signature bills presented to him less than 10 days (not counting Sundays) prior to final adjournment of the 86th Regular Session.
The following bill statistics were calculated on June 12 at 1 p.m. The Governor continues to be hard at work reviewing bills, so the signing numbers are growing! To see how these statistics have changed and other post-session information, see previous blog posts on the legislative process.
House and Senate Bills
|Sent to the Governor||1,429|
|Signed by the Governor||862|
|Vetoed by the Governor||7|
|Filed without the Governor's signature||80|
|House and Senate Joint Resolutions|
|Filed with the Secretary of State||10|
|House and Senate Concurrent Resolutions|
|Filed with the Secretary of State||29|
|Sent to the Governor||96|
|Signed by the Governor||85|
|Vetoed by the Governor||0|