Frost covers the sundial in front of the Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia on Jan 5. For now the state Senate is evenly split between parties, 24-24.
Frost covers the sundial in front of the Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia on Jan 5. For now the state Senate is evenly split between parties, 24-24. Ted S. Warren AP
Frost covers the sundial in front of the Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia on Jan 5. For now the state Senate is evenly split between parties, 24-24. Ted S. Warren AP

Washington lawmaker takes job with Trump administration, leaving state Senate in 24-24 tie

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