FRS is NOT on Special Veto Override Agenda. You can follow this link to see the Special Session Agenda.
It is interesting that Speaker Cannon makes the following statement : “Consequently, I believe we need to confine ourselves to issues that can be handled within a single day and to focus our business on remediation of problems or drawing attention to future plans. I don’t believe that it is appropriate to rush through legislation or to create new government programs during this limited time.” That smells to me like the intent is to use the new majority to quickly override the selected items, but those that would draw attention, like the FRS issues, will be put off until the regular session starts this winter.
Non-the-less, All FRS participants need to make their feelings known. We were successful last year, and must fight hard to win the effort to keep the benefits this year also.