10 a.m.: House and Senate convene, State House.
1 p.m. Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee considers legislation involving child-abuse investigations, Room 300, Senate Office Building.
1 p.m. Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee considers a variety of bills involving AIDS, Room 200, Senate Office Building.
1 p.m. House Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee considers legislation involving delegate-selection process for the Democratic and Republican national conventions, Room 140, House Office Building.
There are 76 days remaining in the 1992 General Assembly session.