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The Washington State Capitol is pictured on the Capitol Campus in Olympia, Washington, in this Aug. 10, 2014, file photo.

The Washington State Capitol is pictured on the Capitol Campus in Olympia, Washington, in this Aug. 10, 2014, file photo.

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  • After over a decade the McCleary case on Washington state education funding has been resolved. We sit down with political reporter Austin Jenkins to discuss what happened.
  • As a part of the National Bailout campaign, Gina Spencer recently raised money to bail out black mothers so they could spend Mother’s Day with their families. As Father’s Day draws near, she is doing the same for black fathers. We also talk to Circuit Court judge Kathleen Dailey, who is leading efforts to reform Multnomah County’s pretrial process.
  • Springfield High School recently released its yearly glossy outdoor magazine,“Backcountry Review,” designed and written by students. We talk with English teacher Ivan Miller and two of the magazine’s writers, juniors Gabriel Cooper and Ian Kerr, about the opportunities the program affords and the difference it makes in students’ lives.

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