Nikki Dziedzic and her two-year-old son Jude look on as Gov. Jay Inslee props up Jude’s stuffed penguin while signing HB 1870 on April 17. (Office of the Governor photo)

Nikki Dziedzic and her two-year-old son Jude look on as Gov. Jay Inslee props up Jude’s stuffed penguin while signing HB 1870 on April 17. (Office of the Governor photo)

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