Inslee lists priorities in State of the State, U.K. prime minister defeated on Brexit and other headlines

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Inslee, on peril and promise
ICYMI, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, a likely 2020 presidential candidate, discussed mental health, climate change and orcas during his State of the State speech yesterday.

“This is the eleventh hour, but it is Washington state’s hour to shine. It’s a time of great peril, but it is also a time of great promise," he said. (Seattle Times)


Knickers in a twist

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was voted down by an unprecedented 230 votes. The Brits will hold a vote of no confidence today. (BBC)

Down with the King
Iowa Republican Steve King has a history of making racist remarks. His party recently stripped him of his committee seats. Here's how he crossed the line. (Politico)

This was a thing?
Murder insurance can't be sold in Washington, regulators say. (Spokesman-Review)

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