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When it convenes on Monday, the State Legislature will begin work on three budgets for the 2023-2025 biennium, and 12th district State Senator Brad Hawkins says don't expect for any tax relief to come your way; as a matter of fact, he's worried about the opposite happening:

But with the governor's proposed budget coming in at 70 billion dollars, Hawkins has concerns over how he's going to fund it:

And Hawkins says the latest revenue figures don't provide any breathing room for the budget . . . or for the governor:

We'll have to see what happens when the legislative session starts in Olympia on Monday.

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