In-person access limited to legislative session

OLYMPIA — The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to restrictions on the legislative session that begins Monday.

A limited number of lawmakers will be on site at the Capitol, and committee hearings will be fully remote. While the galleries overlooking the House and Senate chambers are closed for now, the Capitol building itself will be open to the public.

As before the pandemic, hearings and floor votes will continue to be broadcast or live streamed by TVW, the state’s government affairs channel, at https://tvw.org/.

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