How is governor doing in this legislative session? C.R. Douglas analysis

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OLYMPIA — With just two weeks left until the end of the legislative session, Gov. Jay Inslee made another push Thursday for legislators to act on the priorities he laid out in January, including a 10-cent increase in the gas tax to pay for transportation improvements across the state.

The governor said he believes the state legislators can still pass a transportation package and finish their work on time.

C.R. Douglas gives his analysis in this video report.

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