In this 2015 photo, a Washington state ferry passes through a channel in the San Juan islands and in view of Mount Baker, in the San Juan Islands near Friday Harbor, Washington. Lawmakers are trying to put Washington state back on the map when it comes to tourism. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

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