So, here’s the latest from House and Senate leadership: the Capitol will continue to be closed to the public “for the near future”. No details have been received yet — we’ve been advised leadership will be reevaluating the situation in the coming weeks.
Do you have a group that would like to learn more about getting involved at the legislature? The capitol is still closed to the public due to COVID-19, but we’ll be happy to set up a ‘virtual’ workshop via Zoom, or the platform of your choice. Just give us a call or email us.
No group, but still want to learn more? Contact us and we’ll set something up.
The Legislature reconvened today, Monday, May 11th, but is focused exclusively on addressing budgetary items and Governor’s Messages (advise and consent measures being taken up by the Senate). All of the daily floor sessions as well as the hearings will be broadcast and live-streamed, and written testimony is being accepted as noted on the hearing notices. The session is expected to continue for between 6 and 10 session days. The…
Read more… Session Resumes
The House Select Committee on COVID-19 Economic and Financial Preparedness meets this morning 4/6 at 10a… you can watch on Olelo Channel 49. Visit the Committee page for documents, reports, and videos from their previous meetings. Here’s their page: link.
The Senate Special Committee on COVID-19 will meet tomorrow 4/3 at 11a… you can watch it on Olelo Channel 49, or visit the Committee page for video links, documents, and reports on their previous meetings. Here’s their page: Senate Special Committee on COVID-19