The steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia are shown earlier this month. State lawmakers are racing to approve a budget in time to avoid a shut down of government services July 1. They say they have a deal that will allow them to make the June 30 deadline, but the rushed time line means little opportunity for the public to see what’s in it.
The steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia are shown earlier this month. State lawmakers are racing to approve a budget in time to avoid a shut down of government services July 1. They say they have a deal that will allow them to make the June 30 deadline, but the rushed time line means little opportunity for the public to see what’s in it. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
The steps of the Legislative Building in Olympia are shown earlier this month. State lawmakers are racing to approve a budget in time to avoid a shut down of government services July 1. They say they have a deal that will allow them to make the June 30 deadline, but the rushed time line means little opportunity for the public to see what’s in it. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Washington lawmakers racing budget through Legislature to avoid shutdown

June 29, 2017 12:36 PM

UPDATED June 30, 2017 06:49 AM

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