People work on the Senate floor as a session of the Washington Legislature stretches into the evening at the Capitol in Olympia. A citizen commission decided to award lawmakers raises of 2 percent per year each of the next two years.
People work on the Senate floor as a session of the Washington Legislature stretches into the evening at the Capitol in Olympia. A citizen commission decided to award lawmakers raises of 2 percent per year each of the next two years. Ted S. Warren AP file, 2015
People work on the Senate floor as a session of the Washington Legislature stretches into the evening at the Capitol in Olympia. A citizen commission decided to award lawmakers raises of 2 percent per year each of the next two years. Ted S. Warren AP file, 2015

All state politicians are getting raises

May 17, 2017 03:26 PM

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