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Spin Control archive for Jan. 1, 2016

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Too soon to declare winner in charter school fight 

Fans of Washington’s public charter schools had reason to celebrate in the last week after the Legislature’s plan to keep them afloat with lottery money became law. Opponents probably didn’t celebrate, but likely nodded in agreement, when some of their members announced a few days later they'd challenge that law.

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OLYMPIA -- Senate Republicans keep track of the vote on the supplemental budget, which eventually passed 27-17. Sen. Mark Schoesler, sitting at the desk, is surrounded by Sens. Mike Hewett, John Braun, Andy Hill and Steve O'Ban (left to right) (Jim Camden/The Spokesman-Review)

Legislature passes budget

OLYMPIA – Washington lawmakers gave final approval Tuesday to a compromise budget that makes incremental changes to programs that could ease problems in mental health, a teacher shortage and homelessness.

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