House Journals Overview

A House Journal is a record reflecting all actions taken on the House Floor each Legislative Day. Much of the information included in the Journals is as follows:

  • Amendments
  • Annual Reports filed with the Clerk of the House
  • Bills Assigned to Committees
  • Committee Permanent Member Appointments
  • Committee Reports (Includes Roll Calls)
  • Conference Committee Reports
  • Introduction of Bills and Constitutional Amendments
  • Messages from the Senate
  • Motions
  • Notes Requested and Filed
  • Resignations and Appointments
  • Resolutions and House Joint Resolutions
  • Roll Calls
  • Rules Committee Assignments
  • Temporary Committee Member Replacements
  • Veto Messages from the Governor
  • Other Actions Taken on the House Floor