Although the 2012 Indiana General Assembly has already been gaveled to a close, the work never really ends at the Statehouse. Between now and November, more than two dozen legislative study panels and commissions will meet to review issues, take testimony and develop recommendations for the 2013 legislative session. While some of the study topics are mandated by newly enacted legislation, the majority will be determined by the Legislative Council, a bipartisan panel chaired by House Speaker Brian Bosma. Each year, dozens of resolutions are filed in the waning days of the legislative session by state lawmakers seeking further review of issues that may have been too complex, too costly or too controversial to be addressed during the fast pace of the regular session. This year is no exception, with more than 70 different topics proposed for review in the coming months.