All’s quiet at the Legislative Building in Olympia now that the record-length 2017 Legislature is finally over. But the posturing, tweeting and exaggerating by lawmakers and their surrogates continue unabated because of unfinished business over water rights and the capital budget.
All’s quiet at the Legislative Building in Olympia now that the record-length 2017 Legislature is finally over. But the posturing, tweeting and exaggerating by lawmakers and their surrogates continue unabated because of unfinished business over water rights and the capital budget. Ted S. Warren AP file photo, 2016
All’s quiet at the Legislative Building in Olympia now that the record-length 2017 Legislature is finally over. But the posturing, tweeting and exaggerating by lawmakers and their surrogates continue unabated because of unfinished business over water rights and the capital budget. Ted S. Warren AP file photo, 2016

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