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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would protect Washington property owners from squatters is on its way to Governor Jay Inslee.  The measure would give police the authority to remove squatters from private property and to order them to stay away.  Supporters say property owners have met repeated roadblocks in getting squatters cleared off their property, but this bill would enable landlords and property owners to take criminal action by enlisting the assistance of local law enforcement.  The measure won final legislative approval yesterday.

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