In this photo taken Feb. 26, 2015, a construction worker puts in framing for a new high-rise building in view of the Space Needle in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. A booming real-estate market has helped boost state revenue.
In this photo taken Feb. 26, 2015, a construction worker puts in framing for a new high-rise building in view of the Space Needle in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. A booming real-estate market has helped boost state revenue. Elaine Thompson AP
In this photo taken Feb. 26, 2015, a construction worker puts in framing for a new high-rise building in view of the Space Needle in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. A booming real-estate market has helped boost state revenue. Elaine Thompson AP

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