Video: Inslee aims to get on top of Corrections issue

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Jay Inslee

With the election just about 10 months away, Gov. Jay Inslee takes the offensive responding to revelations of serious errors at the Department of Corrections that allowed prisoners to get out early.

As lawmakers return to Olympia for the 2016 session, one of the first public hearings will put a spotlight on who knew what and when.

In this video, we examine the strategy of the governor and his Republican challenger, Bill Bryant.


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Robert Mak

Robert Mak

Robert Mak is a principal of and a longtime broadcast reporter in Western Washington.