Tentative 2011 Legislative Schedule
112th Congress, 1st Session
The tentative schedule for 2011 has been announced. The list below identifies expected non-legislative periods (days that the Senate will not be in session). The schedule is also available in calendar format (pdf image). The 2010 tentative schedule is still available.
|Jan 10-Jan 21||State Work Period||Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday- Jan 17|
|Feb 21-Feb 25||State Work Period||Presidents' Day- Feb 21|
|Mar 21-Mar 25||State Work Period|
|Apr 18-Apr 29||State Work Period|
|May 30-Jun 3||State Work Period||Memorial Day- May 30|
|Jul 4-Jul 8||State Work Period||Independence Day- Jul 4|
|Aug 8-Sep 5||State Work Period||Labor Day- Sep 5|
|Sep 26-Sep 30||State Work Period|
|Oct 10||Federal Holiday||Columbus Day|
|Oct 24-Oct 28||State Work Period|
|Nov 11||Federal Holiday||Veterans' Day|
|TBD||Target Adjournment Date|
Updated on Dec 9, 2010
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