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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that's described as the first major policy change inspired by the deadly Oso, Washington landslide is awaiting the governor's signature.  Under the bill, which won final legislative passage yesterday, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources would be tasked with expanding advanced landform mapping and make the resulting data widely available on the Internet.  The department would collect and publish detailed information on landslide-prone areas in the state.  Officials told the Everett "Herald" that the information would be valuable for property owners in assessing geologic threats.

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