Legislative staff is developing a plan for how lawmakers can meet as COVID-19 cases take a deeper hold on a state that's now grappling with how to bring the virus under control.
Tom Day, director of Legislative Administrative Services, told leading lawmakers Thursday that he's trying to line up a consultant to form a plan for health protocols when lawmakers convene in January.
Day said a number of issues will be examined, whether it's mask wearing in the Capitol, closing off the galleries to the public so lawmakers can be socially distanced or limiting general public . . .