OLYMPIA — Both chambers of the Legislature are scheduled to be in session today after a long weekend.
No details yet on what they'll be doing. Senate will go straight to caucus after their 11 a.m. start, and is expected to take votes on some bills in the afternoon.
House will get going late morning, but it, too, hasn't kicked out a list of legislation yet. The start of anything serious may be delayed a bit by waiting for the end of the Education Committee hearing, which is running long.
Not to make too big of a deal over it, but Tuesday will be Day 15, which is also the halfway mark in the special session.