April 16, 2020 •
Utah Convenes Online for Emergency Special Session
Due to COVID-19, Utah lawmakers are meeting online for the first time on April 16 for an emergency special session.
Only Senate President Stuart Adams and House Speaker Brad Wilson are expected to be in the legislative chambers in the closed state Capitol.
Work on more than 20 items on the agenda will be tackled in one chamber at a time, beginning in the House.
Bills will not receive committee hearings, which are optional in a special session.
The session will continue for a period of up to 10 days.
This does not affect lobbyist reporting.
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