Gov. Jay Inslee talks to the media Monday in SeaTac following a meeting with legislative leaders about recent sanctions by the state Supreme Court. The state is being fined $100,000 a day, to be put in a special education account, for its lack of progress on a plan to full fund basic education.
Gov. Jay Inslee talks to the media Monday in SeaTac following a meeting with legislative leaders about recent sanctions by the state Supreme Court. The state is being fined $100,000 a day, to be put in a special education account, for its lack of progress on a plan to full fund basic education. Rachel La Corte The Associated Press
Gov. Jay Inslee talks to the media Monday in SeaTac following a meeting with legislative leaders about recent sanctions by the state Supreme Court. The state is being fined $100,000 a day, to be put in a special education account, for its lack of progress on a plan to full fund basic education. Rachel La Corte The Associated Press

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