In response to the coronavirus, state lawmakers will convene electronically for the last legislative day of the session.
Lawmakers will also consider overriding any gubernatorial vetoes.
Next Monday, only a handful of leaders from both parties and both chambers will meet in person at the state capitol. That group will include the Speaker of the House, president of the Senate—and the lieutenant governor.
The other 99 legislators are asked to stay home and participate electronically. Lawmakers will have to suspend the rules to vote remotely.