Medical professionals are gearing up for an onslaught of COVID-19 patients they hope won’t arrive and say a dearth of testing leaves them in the dark.
New laws will affect energy companies, utilities, a proposed massive land purchase and the state’s education system.
Eighty-page framework outlines state authority and local decision-making but predicts shortages of ventilators, other equipment and supplies.
The $162 million capital construction bill died for lack of compromise between House and Senate negotiators over a UW swimming pool.
The House and Senate are fighting about education’s budget — again — and the creation of an “advisory committee” has become the latest front.