As a part owner of the Spokane Indians baseball team, State Rep. Andy Billig knows about the importance of growing grass. But he is prime sponsor of a bill to regulate the sale of phosphorous in lawn fertilizer, a measure that proponents believe will protect the environment and save the public money.
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