OLYMPIA — The First Special Session of the 2013 Legislature is expected to be gavelled to a close around 3:30 p.m.
Legislators are being told to be back at their seats around then, and this special session will end less than 18 hours before the Second Special Session begins at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Normally the end of a session is called sine die, pronounced SIGH-nee DIE.
This one, however, might more properly be called Tiny die.
Or Phony die?
Or Whiny die?