The Washington State Legislature’s 2018 session starts Jan. 8 and lawmakers face a a daunting to-do list, including passing a 10-figure supplemental budget, wading through an avalanche of new bills and contending with unfinished business from the 2017.
The Washington State Legislature’s 2018 session starts Jan. 8 and lawmakers face a a daunting to-do list, including passing a 10-figure supplemental budget, wading through an avalanche of new bills and contending with unfinished business from the 2017. Elaine Thompson AP
The Washington State Legislature’s 2018 session starts Jan. 8 and lawmakers face a a daunting to-do list, including passing a 10-figure supplemental budget, wading through an avalanche of new bills and contending with unfinished business from the 2017. Elaine Thompson AP

It’s 2018. From pot shop rules to council districts, do you know what Tri-City lawmakers are up to?

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