Legislative tip sheet: Protecting dead people, then lunch with Chris Christie

8:11 am Mar. 7, 2014

The House and Senate gavel in at 9 a.m.

The calendars are light in both chambers to make a quick exit possible. The Senate has scheduled no committee meetings.

A House subcommittee will take up SB 383, a measure that says coroners can’t keep items found with people who die. We assume this involves completely dead people, rather than mostly dead people.

Qualifying for elected office ends at noon. Elsewhere on the political