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Cathy McMorris Rodgers vs Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown is a cautionary tale of what happens when you put someone from the Ivory Tower into politics. She went to Olympia to try out some of her radical economic theories on real people’s lives. Her lofty rhetoric of wanting to help students now, is at odds with her record of devastating cuts and tuition hikes that hurt students and families. Now we’re all paying the price.

TJ Mohammed

Pullman


 

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