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Meridian High students learn to support legislation, be part of change

They helped lobbying efforts to remove 'College in the High School' fees for students

Social studies teacher Steve Lawrence sits on a red couch as he poses for a photo.
Social studies teacher Steve Lawrence has work with Capitol Classroom for 15 years to engage Meridian High School students in the Washington state legislative process. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
Last February, a group of Meridian High School students wrote emails and headed down to Olympia to l
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