It all comes down to one final day.
The Legislature meets for the last time Thursday starting at 8 a.m.
There's an unusual flurry of activity expected with lawmakers rushing to wrap up their work for 2020 with at least a dozen bills on the agenda.
Topping the list will be an effort to limit the governor's emergency powers, followed by several bills intended to provide some assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Other bills will address local property taxes, local governmments' ability to regulate cable technology and an expanded program to discount electric rates for economic . . .