House Standing Committees

​​House Remote Testimony Pilot Program 2020

This page describes the remote testimony pilot program during the 2020 Session. Current information about remote testimony is here.

In keeping with its tradition of receiving open testimony during public hearings, the House of Representatives is conducting a remote testimony pilot program during the 2020 Session. The participating committees will use audio-video connections at select locations. Complete details about the pilot program are here.

Remote Sites for the Pilot Program

Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham   Directions | Campus
Central Washington University in Ellensburg   Directions | Campus
Spokane Community College in Spokane   Directions | Campus
Columbia Basin College in the Tri-Cities   Directions | Campus
 

Register To Testify Remotely

The Committee Chair and Ranking Member select which bills you can testify on from one of the participating sites. These opportunities are listed below and will be updated on Thursday mornings after the Legislative Meeting Schedule is published.

Register to Testify

How to Testify from a Remote Location

People observing or testifying from a remote location are subject to the same rules of decorum as people at the Capitol. You must be recognized by the Committee Chair before speaking, and you may be required to limit your comments. There is no guarantee that those who sign in will be allowed to speak or be able to speak at specific times.

How to Testify