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Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Bars
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Washington's Governor Jay Inslee fields questions from state residents on the legislature, education, business, mental health services, and homelessness.
Ask the Governor returns to KCTS 9 on Thursdays at 7p.
Have the issues facing our state changed in 22 years?
To find out, watch the first episode of Ask the Governor with Governor Mike Lowry, which aired on KCTS 9 on February 3, 1993.