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Water Supply Outlook Exceptionally Dry Throughout Washington:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a report on Washington’s water supply, and the outlook is not promising. According to the report, snow drought conditions are severe in much of Washington. In particular, stations and snow courses have reported record or near-record lows for snowpack throughout the northern part of the state.

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Water Supply Outlook Exceptionally Dry Throughout Washington:

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a report on Washington’s water supply, and the outlook is not promising. According to the report, snow drought conditions are severe in much of Washington. In particular, stations and snow courses have reported record or near-record lows for snowpack throughout the northern part of the state.

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2024 End of Session Report:

January 8th marked the start of the second half of the 2023-24 biennial legislative session. The short, 60-day session included the passage of supplemental state Operating, Capital, and Transportation budgets and numerous legislative proposals. Even though this year was a short session, the legislature grappled with several significant issues.

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2024 End of Session Report:

January 8th marked the start of the second half of the 2023-24 biennial legislative session. The short, 60-day session included the passage of supplemental state Operating, Capital, and Transportation budgets and numerous legislative proposals. Even though this year was a short session, the legislature grappled with several significant issues.

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