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Washington lawmakers look to broaden hate crime law to cover vandalizing public property

The bill now moves to the state House of Representatives for consideration

Senate Majority Leader Andy Billig speaks on the Senate floor in 2024.
Washington Senate Majority Leader Andy Billig speaks on the Senate floor on Friday, Feb. 2. (Photo courtesy of Washington Legislative Support Services)
By Jerry Cornfield Washington State Standard
It didn’t make sense to Senate Majority Leader Andy Billig that vandals targeting the LGBTQ+
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