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We're heading into the eighth week of the legislative session in Olympia, and another deadline has passed; bills with a fiscal impact for the state had to be passed out of the Appropriations Committee by last Friday. 12th District State Representative Mike Steele has two bills that have made it out of committee, one of them deals with victim counseling:

Another of Steele's bills deals with helping low-income homeowners with home weatherization costs:

Steele says he's been getting lots of input on bills from his 12th district citizens:

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