With only four days to go until adjournment of special session on June 11, things seem to be picking up at the Legislature.
Yesterday the House worked late into the evening passing a proposed operating budget, released on Wednesday, 53-35. The House also passed a revenue bill that would provide funding for K-12 and higher education by closing some tax preference with a vote of 52-40.
Today both the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus and the Senate Democrat Caucus are expected to meet. It is reported that the Senate will return to Olympia tomorrow morning for floor action. Though it is unclear exactly what is planned.