April 2nd – 2013 Regular Legislative Session Day 79

My day is starting with a Government Operation and Elections Committee meeting where we’re hearing two bills and will consider one bill for Executive Action. Substitute Senate Bill 5160 establishes processes that an agency must use when administratively reassigning an employee to home during scheduled work hours and Senate Bill 5500 limits the replacement of ballots that are destroyed, spoiled, lost, or not received through electronic means to service and overseas voters only.

Tomorrow is Policy Committee cutoff, which means we’ll be transitioning into a week of Fiscal Committee meetings. The Appropriations Committee is scheduled to meet Saturday morning at 9:00 AM, which means I’ll be spending another weekend in Olympia. I have to admit it’s pretty frustrating to have had four Appropriations Committee meetings canceled over the past couple of weeks and now face late nights and a Saturday meeting. Time management is not one of the Democrat Majority’s strong points.

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