10 a.m.: House and Senate convene, State House.
1 p.m.: House Judiciary Committee considers legislation that would expand eligibility for the state's home detention program to include inmates convicted of crimes of violence, Room 120, House Office Building.
1:30 p.m.: House Ways and Means Committee considers legislation to permit State Lottery Agency to contract out for operation and promotion of state lottery games, Room 110, House Office Building.
2:15 p.m.: Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee receives education briefing from state School Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick, Room 200, Senate Office Building.
There are 63 days remaining in the 1992 General Assembly session.