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Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, discusses the flaws of the state’s new long-term care program and payroll tax with KVI’s Ari Hoffman. Abbarno is proposing to repeal the tax, which takes effect Jan. 1. The 20th District lawmaker also discusses Zack’s Law, a measure he plans to introduce to warn people through signage at waterways about the hazards of cold-water shock. Rep. Abbarno introduced HB 1594 to repeal the long-term care program.

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