Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff look out on the federal mass vaccination site at State Fair Park in Yakima on April 6. Republican lawmakers,  who voted en masse against President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief effort, are hailing its spending provisions in their own districts. (Evan Abell / Yakima Herald-Republic via AP)
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff look out on the federal mass vaccination site at State Fair Park in Yakima on April 6. Republican lawmakers, who voted en masse against President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief effort, are hailing its spending provisions in their own districts. (Evan Abell / Yakima Herald-Republic via AP)
Danny Westneat

Vote no and take the dough? It’s a proud conservative tradition

Republicans around the state and nation seem pretty enthusiastic about the benefits of the recently passed coronavirus relief plan in their districts, even as they voted against it and now publicly bash it as a waste.

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