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August 29, 2014 2:20 PM

The Washington Supreme Court is within inches of overstepping its constitutional powers

The judicial branch may require the legislative branch to comply with the constitution. If it seizes legislative powers to meet the goal, there is danger. The effort to amply fund public education will be lost in the muck of constitutional crisis.

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