The front of the massive tunneling machine nicknamed Bertha is visible Tuesday after breaking through a concrete wall, the end of its work for the State Route 99 highway project under Seattle. It could be a metaphor for the Washington Legislature. Eventually, there will be a breakthrough in Olympia.
The front of the massive tunneling machine nicknamed Bertha is visible Tuesday after breaking through a concrete wall, the end of its work for the State Route 99 highway project under Seattle. It could be a metaphor for the Washington Legislature. Eventually, there will be a breakthrough in Olympia. Elaine Thompson AP
The front of the massive tunneling machine nicknamed Bertha is visible Tuesday after breaking through a concrete wall, the end of its work for the State Route 99 highway project under Seattle. It could be a metaphor for the Washington Legislature. Eventually, there will be a breakthrough in Olympia. Elaine Thompson AP

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