When you sit inside the capital building in Olympia or any other building where elected officials meet, it’s not always a good idea to throw rocks, political or otherwise. So how do legislators conduct themselves in situations where emotions are sometimes intense? How do things actually get done despite contentious political climates and diverging agendas? How can legislators overcome their differences to accomplish something for their states and their communities?
We ask the people most directly involved on how this all unfolds.
I Don’t Know What To Believe is a production of Spokane Public Radio, hosted by Ann Parker
Ann Parker talks with Former Washington Senator Michael Baumgartner and current Washington Representative Marcus Riccelli as part of Spokane Public…