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State Supreme Court comes to CWU

The Washington Supreme Court will hear three cases at Central Washington University on Thursday.

The first case will be heard at 9 a.m. in Room 174 in the McIntyre Music Building. Students and the public can watch.

The three cases are from King County, Pierce County and Yakima County.

“It’s a great opportunity for our students on campus and our community at large to be able to witness the Washington State Supreme Court presiding over three cases,” said Michelle Cyrus, with the Center for Diversity and Social Justice at CWU. “You don’t usually have that opportunity.”

Read more of this story in the Daily Record.

May 3, 2016