In response to Governor Inslee working with Oregon and California on reopening the west coast's economies, Senate Minority Leader Mark Schoesler says he hopes there will be more reasonable stay-at-home policies to match our neighbors to the south.

"On one hand this governor wants to let California write all of our laws, all of our regulations, but on the other hand not adopt things that could get our economy going and that's just inconsistency."

Oregon and California allow road and residential construction, auto and real-estate sales, and hunting and fishing and Schoesler says we can take the same stance.

"If we're really serious about working as a group, we should accept those practices right away."

The Governor has stated he will roll out the economy in a phased plan.

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