Why more journalists are needed in state capitals across the country

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Washington state is growing in terms of population and budget, but the number of reporters covering politics in Olympia, its state capital, has declined. And according to Northwest News Network political correspondent Austin Jenkins, “state houses are the incubators” for national public policy. He shares his brief but spectacular take on being "overwhelmed" in order to keep viewers informed.
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