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State budget invests in Southwest Washington schools, community

WSUV, Washington School for the Deaf, Clark College to receive millions for projects

By , Columbian staff writer
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The Legislature passed a $6.3 billion capital budget Saturday, cementing a plan that includes major investments in Southwest Washington’s community and schools.

The biennial budget, which passed the House and the Senate unanimously, includes three major line items for local education facilities: $58.9 million for a new Clark College satellite campus in northern Clark County; $52.6

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Columbian staff writer