OLYMPIA — With four days left in the regular session, both houses have full days scheduled.
The Senate is off over the lunch hour while their Ways and Means Committee meets to clear up some bills that have fiscal impact. But both chambers are saying they could go into the evening if they need to.
The Senate tax package now in the House, attention shifts to see what that chamber is going to do on different ways to raise taxes.
Meanwhile, there’s a blood drive, sponsored by the Governor’s Office, going on around the Capitol. No one has remarked on the irony…yet.