LANSING, Mich. (WOOD) — State lawmakers, or at least some of them, are heading back to Lansing for a session Tuesday, but it will not look like any session of the legislature any of us have ever seen.
Everyone going into the capitol will be screened. Their temperature and a short questionnaire will be taken.
The day will look like this in the House: Members will check in — think of it as taking attendance — one by one and then will leave the chamber.
Once a quorum is a achieved, that’s one more than half of all the members elected and serving, a voice vote will be taken with only a few members remaining on the floor.
That vote is expected to extend the emergency declaration that the governor called for last month.
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