Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, right, and Gov. Jay Inslee speak to reporters in January about Trump’s travel ban. Both officials have said they are prepared to fight for the DACA program to continue, as it faces challenge from 10 attorneys general from conservative states.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, right, and Gov. Jay Inslee speak to reporters in January about Trump’s travel ban. Both officials have said they are prepared to fight for the DACA program to continue, as it faces challenge from 10 attorneys general from conservative states. Ted S. Warren AP
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, right, and Gov. Jay Inslee speak to reporters in January about Trump’s travel ban. Both officials have said they are prepared to fight for the DACA program to continue, as it faces challenge from 10 attorneys general from conservative states. Ted S. Warren AP

Washington state officials preparing to defend DACA program

September 01, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED September 01, 2017 08:16 PM

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