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Laurel Demkovich
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Laurel Demkovich laureld@spokesman.com (509) 416-6260

Laurel joined The Spokesman-Review as a Report for America legislative reporter in our Olympia Bureau in June 2020 covering the Washington state legislature.

Laurel's reporting for The Spokesman-Review is funded in part by Report for America and by members of the Spokane community.


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June 21, 2021, 4 a.m.
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June 20, 2021, 3 a.m.
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