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Democrats, GOP seek unity on state’s biggest issues

Lawmakers to address behavioral health, housing in upcoming session

Rep. Sharon Shewmake talks about her efforts in the state Legislature to expand affordable housing opportunities at the Habitat for Humanity candidate forum on Oct. 15.
Rep. Sharon Shewmake talks about her efforts in the state Legislature to expand affordable housing opportunities at the Habitat for Humanity candidate forum on Oct. 15. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Democrats will bring a slightly stronger majority to Olympia when the state’s legislative session
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