As you may have heard, LLA's Legislative Day is soon coming, on May 5th! Attached here is a PDF complied by Michael Matthews with information specifically for academic library issues, including records management and archives:
What is in it? From Michael Matthews:
1. A spreadsheet listing all of the bills currently filed relevant to higher education, public records, libraries, and museums. The spreadsheet includes:
a. The title of each bill, listed in numerical order with House bills listed first.
b. The author and/or sponsor of each bill
c. The party affiliation of the author
d. The committee to which the bill will be directed for debate
e. The “keywords” associated with each bill. The keywords are assigned by the Legislature website. You can search for other bills on the website using these keywords.
f. A summary for each bill, highlighting its more significant points. I wrote these summaries based on my own reading, and I welcome any corrections.
2. A list of contact information for members of the House of Representatives
3. A list of contact information for members of the Senate
4. The full-text of each bill included on the spreadsheet, except for the massive HB 1, which includes only Schedule 19, the budget for all higher education systems, including the Board of Regents and the individual governing boards.
See LLA's website for more details.