Representatives work on the House floor during discussion of a bill to fully fund education in Washington at the Capitol in Olympia in June. A coalition of news organizations led by The Associated Press is suing the Legislature over its assertion that state lawmakers aren’t required to release to the public daily schedules, text messages, emails and other materials related to their work. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

Lawmakers grant themselves extra secrecy, media suit claims

AP, The Daily Herald and other news outlets are suing the Legislature over state open-records law.

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