Date: Monday, 20 April 2020
Time: 05:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Fee: Free
Location: Online only
Phone: 206-363-9188
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The 2020 legislative session was, by all accounts, run at an extraordinary pace. Plenty of new bills were passed, and many did not make it through the Legislature's greuling agenda. Adjourning in the initial days of orders to stay home and self-isolate, Governor Inslee has since had to veto many items passed in March that had new spending in the budget. Additionally, the legislature is likely to be called back for a special session this summer to address the ongoing pandemic.

Our panelists will share their experiences in Olympia this winter, about their successes, about the bills that did not quite make it, and about what to expect in coming months.

This is an online-only event using Zoom Webinar.
Please use this link to join the webinar at 5:30 on Monday April 20:  https://zoom.us/j/94150260345


PANELISTS:
Susan Fuller (moderator), Attorney Law Office of Susan K. Fuller PLLC; GSBA Public Affairs Chair
Denise Diskin
, Executive Director, QLaw Foundation
Richard de Sam Lazaro, Manager Government & Corporate Affairs, Expedia Group
Dana Savage, Board Member, QLaw LGBTQ Bar Association
Susie Tracy, GSBA Lobbyist
 

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