Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle, released this statement today following a four-corner agreement late Tuesday on a Capital Budget:
“On Tuesday afternoon, Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate reached agreement on a full capital budget. This is great news for job creation, mental health improvements, environmental protection and investments in communities across our state.
“But perhaps most importantly, this agreement will invest more than $1 billion in school construction throughout Washington.
“We can vote on this bill tomorrow before the third special session ends. I ask that the bill be brought up for a vote. I suspect it will have unanimous or near-unanimous support. It is time to get to yes on all remaining issues and bring our work for 2017 to a close.”