Washington Gov. Jay Inslee holds up his pen after he signed a new two-year state operating budget Friday at the Capitol in Olympia. The budget was approved by the Legislature earlier in the day, just in time to avert a partial government shutdown.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee holds up his pen after he signed a new two-year state operating budget Friday at the Capitol in Olympia. The budget was approved by the Legislature earlier in the day, just in time to avert a partial government shutdown. Ted S. Warren AP
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee holds up his pen after he signed a new two-year state operating budget Friday at the Capitol in Olympia. The budget was approved by the Legislature earlier in the day, just in time to avert a partial government shutdown. Ted S. Warren AP

No more tuition cuts in Washington. Cost of college set to rise with new budget.

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