Bill creating school safety app stalls in Olympia
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington lawmakers are more than halfway through this year's 60-day legislative session and have been rapidly moving bills out of the Senate and House ahead of unveiling their supplemental budget proposals. A revenue forecast on Thursday was good news for lawmakers, projecting that they have a good deal more money to work with as they finish crafting their plans. Senate Democrats will release their budget plan on Monday, followed by House Democrats on Tuesday. Many bills not considered necessary to implement the budget needed to be passed off the floor of their chamber of origin by Wednesday in order to advance.