Washington State House Democrats


Monday, September 22


Aberdeen Daily World
Yonich’s businesses closed, Chapter 7 bankruptcy filed

Associated Press
SR 530 expected to open day after 6 month anniversary of Oso slide
Oregon starts preparing before state votes on legalizing pot
House GOP settles wrongful firing lawsuit

Bellingham Herald
(subscription required)
Lynden gets state loan to help with Delft Square redevelopment
Legal pot still banned on Bellingham’s college campuses
Opinion: Could it be true? Will the new jail open?

Bothell Reporter
Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe unveils new district office in downtown Bothell (McAuliffe)
Rep. Ross Hunter, chair of Appropriations Committee, releases statement on revenue forecast (Hunter)

Editorial: In Our View: Acute Need For Doctors
Editorial: In Our View: Wages Failing To Recover

Everett Herald (subscription required)
Ratio of women in aerospace unchanged for 20 years
Green Mountain mine gets OK for extended hours
Effort reaches out to register 200,000 voting-age adults
League of Women Voters registration campaign Tuesday at six locations
Washington Post column: American elites fail to understand economy
Washington Post column: The myth about public schools
Washington Post column: 37 percent of Americans think a free press is overrated
Op-ed: Seeking affordability as land dwindles
Op-ed: Fight against heroin starts at home
Op-ed: A partnership of afterschool programs can reach more kids
Op-ed: U.S. oil and gas production is indeed up, but at great cost
Bloomberg View: The farm bill’s runaway costs overwhelm all the savings
Editorial: Free speech: It can be a circus
Editorial: NW treaty needs an update

Highline Times
Ribbon-cutting at Seahurst Park merges environmental and community interests (Nelson)

Issaquah Reporter
County councilman eyes body cameras for police

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)
Editorial: Defending press freedom

News Tribune (subscription required)
Cost of ‘charity care’ at South Sound hospitals is falling as result of federal health reform
Day spas applying for beer and wine licenses

Olympian (subscription required)
Pot stores off to a rocky start in Washington
Cost of ‘charity care’ at South Sound hospitals is falling as result of federal health reform
Day spas applying for beer and wine licenses
Op-ed: Lack of politics is the allure of the wilderness
Editorial: The farm bill’s runaway costs overwhelm savings

Puget Sound Business Journal
Who is a full-time employee under the Affordable Care Act? It’s not as simple as you might think
Washington state life sciences industry surpasses $1B mark

Redmond Reporter
Replace the gas tax, but how? | Editorial

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Worldwide rallies call for action now on climate change
Seattle’s new transportation chief driven to keep city moving
Census: Seattle saw steepest rent hike among major U.S. cities
Universal pre-K: Strong early gains, but long-term questions
UW research on brain activity delivers lessons on how kids learn
Danny Westneat: We are worse than NFL as far as domestic violence goes
Blog: No deal in Congress on Ex-Im Bank points to problems in both Washingtons
Opinion: The myth about public schools
Guest Opinion: What to ask state candidates about education
Editorial: King County Metro Transit heeds the voters’ call on efficiencies
Editorial: Seattle Housing Authority rent proposal needs work

Spokesman Review
Younger people more likely to ride transit, report finds
Spin Control: Public probably wouldn’t mind these new tax ideas

Vancouver Business Journal
WSU medical school initiative could benefit Clark County
A debate of value: NW Packing and Port of Vancouver negotiations continue

Yakima Herald Republic
Seattle-area startup helps college grads land first job
Wind power opponents seek repeal of tax credit


UW joins NCAA, White House campaign to stop sexual assault

Protestors block BNSF train in Seattle

Providence Hospital Chain: Catholic, Nonprofit…And Venture Capitalists?
Enterovirus Confirmed In Two Kids Hospitalized In Seattle

After Oso, Reborn From Water And Mud
BNSF Gives Safety Assurances After Seattle Leaders Raise Oil Train Concerns
Train Spills 2,000 Gallons Of Diesel In Washington

NW Public Radio

Highway 530 To Fully Open Six Months After Oso Landslide
Idaho’s Jobless Rate Drops As The Workforce Shrinks

Q13 TV (FOX)
Seattle city attorney to ask for dismissal of public marijuana use citations


Carbon tax: State’s prediction of lost economic growth was an error