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(Olympia, WA)  --  The state would no longer be required to okay water-recreation facilities in Washington, under a bill that's won final legislative approval.  The Washington State Department of Health had been required to approve inflatable water slides and dunk tanks at some county fairs and other temporary events across the state, but state lawmakers have voted to remove that requirement.  La Center Senator Ann Rivers says the department is fine with the bill, because it wants nothing to do with regulating inflatable water slides.   
 

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