Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib applauds as he presides over the Senate following a vote on the supplemental budget, Thursday at the Capitol in Olympia, on the final day of the regular session of the Legislature. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)

Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib applauds as he presides over the Senate following a vote on the supplemental budget, Thursday at the Capitol in Olympia, on the final day of the regular session of the Legislature. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)

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