Lawmakers will be required to wear protective face coverings during in person meetings
When lawmakers gather for in-person meetings, again, they'll need to wear protective face coverings.
The Legislative Council made that decision this week.
They understand some lawmakers or staffers might not be able to wear a face mask because of a medical condition.
Or they simply might not want to.
In those cases, an appropriate, separate space will be provided for that person so that they can still be a part of meetings.