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(Olympia, WA)  --  A Washington state lawmaker is seeking to have tiny homes become part of the mainstream.  A bill, sponsored by Aberdeen Representative Brian Blake, would allow cities and counties to reduce minimum room size requirements so that builders can create much smaller single-family homes without violating building codes.  Blake tells the "News Tribune" he sees value in the simplicity and affordability of tiny houses.  The measure is currently going through the committee process.

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