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(Olympia, WA)  --  Washington Governor Jay Inslee says despite the sudden departure of two state agency leaders, "good things are happening" as acting leadership is now in place.  Lynn Peterson was relieved of her duties as Transportation secretary after the state Senate declined last Friday to confirm her appointment, and Corrections Secretary Dan Pacholke resigned Saturday.  Peterson was criticized for problems including high tolls on Interstate 405, and Pacholke was under fire for the mistaken early release of thousands of Washington prison inmates.  Inslee says both agencies will soon be under permanent leadership.

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