The Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia. The Legislature is debating accepting federal money for health care programs that the state might eventually have to pay to keep going.
The Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia. The Legislature is debating accepting federal money for health care programs that the state might eventually have to pay to keep going. Ted S. Warren Associated Press
The Legislative Building at the Capitol in Olympia. The Legislature is debating accepting federal money for health care programs that the state might eventually have to pay to keep going. Ted S. Warren Associated Press

Should Washington take a billion dollars for health care from the feds? Senate GOP leaders say no

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