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Washington Faces A Second “Lock-Down” Order by the Governor
Washington Faces A Second “Lock-Down” Order by the Governor

What are the possible consequences of breaking his COVID-19 Order Issued on November 15, 2020? As we once again face a lock-down order by Governor Jay Inslee, people are asking what happens if they do not follow the new order? To answer those questions, we need to look at ...

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