Author: Philip Tibbetts.
Rationale: The two stripes are a nod to the George Washington coat of arms, and thus the state’s name, but orientated vertically and made wavy to symbolise the waterfalls of the state and the Cascades region. The green colour reflects the 'Evergreen State' nickname and together with the gold of the field recognises the state colours. The red stars continue the association with George Washington.
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