On March 18, 2015, senators walk through the rotunda and toward the House Chamber to a joint session of the Washington state Legislature in Olympia. Lawmakers’ 105-day session concludes Sunday, but because they haven’t agreed on a budget, Gov. Jay Inslee is calling them back Monday for a 30-day special session to finish their work.
On March 18, 2015, senators walk through the rotunda and toward the House Chamber to a joint session of the Washington state Legislature in Olympia. Lawmakers’ 105-day session concludes Sunday, but because they haven’t agreed on a budget, Gov. Jay Inslee is calling them back Monday for a 30-day special session to finish their work. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
On March 18, 2015, senators walk through the rotunda and toward the House Chamber to a joint session of the Washington state Legislature in Olympia. Lawmakers’ 105-day session concludes Sunday, but because they haven’t agreed on a budget, Gov. Jay Inslee is calling them back Monday for a 30-day special session to finish their work. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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