Activists had already pitched camp at Washington’s state Capitol on Monday, the first day of the 2018 Legislature. Will the session finish in its allotted 60 days? And will new Senate rules help prevent a repeat of last year’s budget missteps?
Activists had already pitched camp at Washington’s state Capitol on Monday, the first day of the 2018 Legislature. Will the session finish in its allotted 60 days? And will new Senate rules help prevent a repeat of last year’s budget missteps? Ted S. Warren AP
Activists had already pitched camp at Washington’s state Capitol on Monday, the first day of the 2018 Legislature. Will the session finish in its allotted 60 days? And will new Senate rules help prevent a repeat of last year’s budget missteps? Ted S. Warren AP

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