The environmental community looks toward the 2007 state Legislature’s beginning Monday with high hopes it can get all four of its priority measures passed.

Environmental groups are counting on the Democratic majority and alliances with Gov. Chris Gregoire on key issues to advance Puget Sound cleanup; keep the state moving on a clean-energy future; ban toxic flame retardants in televisions, computers and residential upholstered furniture; and double state funding for the purchase of parks and open space. …

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