Educators rallied last year in support of education funding at the Capitol in Olympia. The 2018 legislative session began Monday and lawmakers are hoping they will finish their work, including finishing the last piece of a court mandate on education funding, without having to go into overtime.
Educators rallied last year in support of education funding at the Capitol in Olympia. The 2018 legislative session began Monday and lawmakers are hoping they will finish their work, including finishing the last piece of a court mandate on education funding, without having to go into overtime. Ted S. Warren AP
Educators rallied last year in support of education funding at the Capitol in Olympia. The 2018 legislative session began Monday and lawmakers are hoping they will finish their work, including finishing the last piece of a court mandate on education funding, without having to go into overtime. Ted S. Warren AP

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