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Southwest Washington lawmakers say health care, worker shortage, public safety among priorities for upcoming legislative session

In 2024, focus will be on completing work from prior session

By , Columbian staff writer
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Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, center, listens as Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, right, speaks to the crowd during the 2024 Legislature Outlook at the Hilton Vancouver Washington on Friday morning.
Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, center, listens as Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, right, speaks to the crowd during the 2024 Legislature Outlook at the Hilton Vancouver Washington on Friday morning. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

State lawmakers are ready to get to work and have been busily preparing their priorities for the upcoming legislative session, which convenes Jan. 8. Democratic and Republican representatives from the state House and Senate discussed those priorities during a legislative outlook Friday morning hosted by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce and the Port of Vancouver at the Hilton Vancouver Washington.

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