Members of the House majority meet in caucus at 4:30 p.m. to mull over the most recent draft of legislation that would let the Superferry resume service while an environmental review is conducted. They'll also be talking about a possible date for a special session.
The current draft would permit the Superferry to operate while a full environmental impact statement is being conducted. It would also authorize the state auditor to investigate how the ferry was allowed to sail without having done an environmental assessment.
The House hasn't yet decided whether they'll hold informational briefings on the neighbor islands prior to the start of a special session in addition to hearings that would be held at the Capitol during the session.
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