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November 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Legislature should act swiftly on Boeing incentives

Listening to Gov. Jay Inslee this week, it seemed as if the stakes riding on the outcome of the seven-day special session couldn’t be higher for passing a package of incentives for Boeing. While other lawmakers are questioning the governor’s sense of urgency, there is no doubt that lawmakers play a critical role in keeping Boeing rooted in Washington.

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