THE HOUSE ELECTED a new speaker on Wednesday, but otherwise the two legislative branches did little of consequence and adjourned until Monday.

That leaves just Monday and Tuesday for lawmakers to take action on a slew of pending bills, some of which have been stuck in conference committee trying to resolve differences between the two branches for months.

Here’s what’s pending:

Conference committees: Three panels set up to resolve differences between House and Senate bills have reached no agreements yet.

Transportation bond – Sent to conference July 23, 2020. To learn more, click here.

Economic development – Sent to conference July 30, 2020. To learn more, click here.

Climate change – Sent to conference August 6, 2020. To learn more, click here.

Ping-ponging between the branches:

Unemployment insurance legislation – Would ease impact on businesses about to be hit by a roughly 60 percent increase in assessments. H5206 is in Labor and Workforce Committee. To learn more, click here.

Campus sexual assault legislation – H4418 is in the House Ways and Means Committee. To learn more, click here.

What’s on the governor’s desk?

Police reform legislation – the governor has said he will sign it. (Senate 2963) To learn more, click here.

Health care legislation, with a special focus on telehealth (Senate 2984) To learn more, click here.

Legislation restricting the use of flame retardants. (House 4900)