And they've been doing that close to two hours.
Republicans tried to amend it several times, including one aimed at non-proffits that get involved in elections and one that wold require all candidates currently collecting contributions to "zero out their accounts."
Currently Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones says she has two more amendments.
It's nearly 2:30 a.m. Many representatives are sleeping. I'm jealous.
If it passes, the bill will have to go back to the Senate because the House amended it to limit contributions to $2,300 per election cycle for state offices. The version that passed the Senate had the limit at $2,300 per year. There are four years in an election cycle. You do the math.
UPDATE: The bill passes 49-17.