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PRINT Associated Press Attorney General: eFoodHandler certificates worthless Heat wave forecast for Washington Whooping cough among farmworkers in Grant County Wildfire spreads to nearly 8 square miles, threatens homes near Entiat Washington state pot shop customers cheer first legal sale How marijuana goes from garden to store Hundreds line up for legal pot in Washington state Corinthian To Close Campuses In 11 States Bellingham Herald First legal marijuana store opens in Bellingham to hundreds of customers Columbian C-Tran allocates $6.7 … Continue reading
What would the 34th district look like if bus service suddenly vanished? Take a minute to imagine what changes our community would undergo. Seniors would no longer be able to get to medical appointments. Thousands more cars would be on the road each day, spewing carbon into the air and jamming up our streets. People who cannot afford to own a car would be stranded and unable to get to work or to local businesses. While the possibility of bus … Continue reading
Representative Luis Moscoso, D-Mountlake Terrace, received the Tikkun Olam Award for Public Service last week at the annual meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle. “I believe that Washington should be a safe and welcoming community where everyone, regardless of race or religion, should be able to pursue their American Dream,” said Moscoso. “I am humbled by the recognition of my work towards making that vision a reality.” Named after the traditional Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam, or ‘repair … Continue reading
Last February, the House gave an overwhelmingly bipartisan thumbs-up to Rep. Jeff Morris‘ HB 2178, a bill that would have made it a crime to invade an individual’s presumably private space with camera-equipped airborne drones. Buoyed by that 92-6 House vote and widespread public support, the bill sailed over to the Republican-controlled Senate for consideration . . . and like so many other House bills, became a victim of that chamber’s inaction. Fast-forward a few months, and HB 2178 is … Continue reading
State representatives and senators from across Washington sent a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to not lift the ban on exporting oil. The lawmakers wrote: “While lifting this ban may benefit oil producers, it will be detrimental to the environment, the American people, and the people of Washington state in particular.” You can read the full text of the letter by clicking here or on the photo below.