House:
ADJOURNED 'til Wednesday at 11 a.m. (Informal)
Senate:
ADJOURNED 'til Thursday at 11 a.m. (No Calendar)

Senate Session Summary - Thursday, March 4

The bulk of the action in the Senate Thursday was around setting borrowing terms under the new transportation infrastructure and economic development bond laws. The bulk of the conversation was about voting by mail. Legislation to extend mail-in voting through June was tacitly referred to the Senate Ways and Means Committee, after which Chairman Michael Rodrigues announced during the session that his panel would accept written testimony until Monday at 10 a.m.

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