As lawmakers get back to work in Olympia this week they're preparing for a session in which there will be no in person public testimony. However lawmakers still want to hear from people in the state impacted by lawmakers proposals so they're hoping to connect through remote testimony. If you want to testify remotely it's easy but you'll need a computer with a camera. But where do you sign up so you can testify during the session.
Our friends at the Washington Policy Center in Spokane have provided a link at washingtonpolicy.org.
You'll find the information at https://www.washingtonpolicy.org/publications/detail/legislature-posts-remote-testimony-rules-for-2021-session

Lawmakers say if remote testimony is successful during the session they'll push to expand its use in future legislative sessions.