03/03/13 - 9:50pm
JUNEAU — The halls of the state Capitol should be quieter later this week as many lawmakers head out for the traditional Energy Council break, though there are a number of hearings crammed into the schedule through Wednesday.
The discussion will include twice-daily meetings by the Senate Finance Committee, as it digs into the oil tax bill, and continued testimony on a measure that would define “medically necessary” abortions.
After hump day, things largely go dark.
Here are three things to watch for: