Washington Foster Parents Unite, Fight Lawmakers

A group of foster parents in Washington state became the first in the nation to unionize earlier this year. Now they're preparing for the first legislative session as an organized body, and they have plenty of issues they plan to take up with state lawmakers.

Austin Jenkins of Northwest News Network reports from Olympia.

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