Plaintiff’s attorney Michele Earl-Hubbard addresses Thurston County Superior Court in 2017 as defense attorneys Paul Lawrence (right) and Nick Brown confer during a hearing on a lawsuit filed against the Washington Legislature by a coalition of news media organizations over records access. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Plaintiff’s attorney Michele Earl-Hubbard addresses Thurston County Superior Court in 2017 as defense attorneys Paul Lawrence (right) and Nick Brown confer during a hearing on a lawsuit filed against the Washington Legislature by a coalition of news media organizations over records access. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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