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Last updated 12/4/2020 at 1:48pm



It’s been 278 days since Gov. Jay Inslee first issued executive orders shutting down businesses, ending government transparency and calling some people “non-essential.”

His mantra at the time, “flatten that curve” on the growing coronavirus outbreak.

The governor and his hand-picked advisers told us the shutdowns were temporary, that the so-called emergency was temporary.

More than six month later, temporary seems to have a different definition. Businesses are closing daily, residents across the state are protesting and civility is dissipating. Residents are told they can’t have...



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