Here’s what TVW is covering live this week:
Tuesday, April 29 at 10:15 a.m.: Gov. Jay Inslee is holding a press conference to announce the “next steps in his plan to address climate change in Washington,” according to a news release. TVW will live webcast the event at Shoreline Community College at this link.
Tuesday, April 29 at 2 p.m.: A joint legislative committee will meet at the Capitol to adopt an education funding plan to submit to the Washington Supreme Court. The high court issued an order earlier this year requiring the Legislature to come up with a plan by April 30 explaining how the state will fund schools through 2018. TVW will be live on television and the web with the meeting.
Wednesday, April 30 at 9 a.m.: TVW will broadcast a memorial service event for former Washington State Supreme Court Justice Tom Chambers, who died in December. Speakers include Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst and attorney Paul Stritmatter. The event will also be live webcast at this link.
Wednesday, April 30 at 10 a.m.: Inslee’ss Results Washington group will meet to discuss progress on the initiative, which intends to bring “lean management” techniques to state government in five areas: education, environment, health, economy and government. TVW will live webcast the meeting, which will focus on the health category.
Thursday, May 1 at 9 a.m.: The Economic & Revenue Forecast Council will adopt the state’s budget outlook. TVW is live webcasting the meeting.
Thursday, May 1 at 12 p.m.: TVW will be live on television and the web as Gov. Jay Inslee announces his appointment to the Washington Supreme Court. Watch the webcast at this link.
Friday, May 2 at noon: The Senate Commerce & Labor Committee will hold a public hearing on the Cowlitz Indian Tribe gaming compact. The tentative gaming compact would allow the tribe to build up to two gambling facilities on 152 acres west of La Center. TVW will air the hearing live on television and the web.
Friday, May 2 at 1 p.m.: TVW will live webcast the Washington State Law Enforcement Medal of Honor/Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony. Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson will recognize officers who have died in the line of duty or displayed “exceptionally meritorious conduct.” TVW is live webcasting the ceremony at this link.