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  • Could Washington state government actually shut down?

    Leaders of Washington's Legislature hadn't announced a deal on a new state budget as of Tuesday evening, putting the government in danger of partially shutting down Saturday, July 1.

Leaders of Washington's Legislature hadn't announced a deal on a new state budget as of Tuesday evening, putting the government in danger of partially shutting down Saturday, July 1. Melissa Santos melissa.santos@thenewstribune.com
Leaders of Washington's Legislature hadn't announced a deal on a new state budget as of Tuesday evening, putting the government in danger of partially shutting down Saturday, July 1. Melissa Santos melissa.santos@thenewstribune.com

Government might shut down this weekend as state lawmakers still can't agree on budget

June 27, 2017 5:45 PM