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(Olympia, WA)  --  The next session of the Washington State Legislature convenes on January 9th, and dozens of bills have been prefiled.  Education-related measures include a bill to eliminate the high school science exam as a graduation requirement.  Abortion will also be an issue during the session, with a measure that would prohibit public money from being used for abortions that aren't deemed medically necessary.  On the technology front, a bill seeks to prohibit drones from flying in areas near Orcas.

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