The two-year state operating budget for Washington state is shown after it was signed by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, lower right, House Speaker Frank Chopp, and Senate president Pam Roach late on June 30, at the Capitol in Olympia. Included in the budget are cuts in tuition for college students that have triggered a new look at the state’s Guaranteed Education Tuition program.
The two-year state operating budget for Washington state is shown after it was signed by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, lower right, House Speaker Frank Chopp, and Senate president Pam Roach late on June 30, at the Capitol in Olympia. Included in the budget are cuts in tuition for college students that have triggered a new look at the state’s Guaranteed Education Tuition program. Ted S. Warren AP
The two-year state operating budget for Washington state is shown after it was signed by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, lower right, House Speaker Frank Chopp, and Senate president Pam Roach late on June 30, at the Capitol in Olympia. Included in the budget are cuts in tuition for college students that have triggered a new look at the state’s Guaranteed Education Tuition program. Ted S. Warren AP

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