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  • Politicians in Olympia aren't negotiating a budget – but they are putting up posters

    Washington state lawmakers are at an impasse when it comes to negotiating a new two-year budget that fully funds public schools. As opposed to sitting down and talking, they're venting their frustrations through posters in the Senate wings.

Washington state lawmakers are at an impasse when it comes to negotiating a new two-year budget that fully funds public schools. As opposed to sitting down and talking, they're venting their frustrations through posters in the Senate wings. Melissa Santos msantos@thenewstribune.com
Washington state lawmakers are at an impasse when it comes to negotiating a new two-year budget that fully funds public schools. As opposed to sitting down and talking, they're venting their frustrations through posters in the Senate wings. Melissa Santos msantos@thenewstribune.com

These posters by politicians show why they haven’t fixed school funding yet

May 10, 2017 7:00 AM