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Republicans petition Inslee to reimburse state for his security detail used during presidential bid

Seattle Times Friday, 23 August 2019
For months, Washington state Republicans have fumed over Gov. Jay Inslee's use of a state-funded security detail during his short-lived presidential bid. Now, they're demanding Inslee reimburse the state for those costs.
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