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“The Impact” – February 15, 2017

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This week on “The Impact”:

Legislators debate a bill to tap the brakes on highly flammable oil trains moving through Washington by letting cities and state regulators set speed limits.

“I think that our local communities should

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“The Impact” – December 7, 2016

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This week on “The Impact”:

We highlight a technological breakthrough making a Washington State facility the first in the world to successfully market a product made from recycled carbon fiber.

“It opens the… Continue reading “The Impact” – December 7, 2016

“The Impact” – November 23, 2016

Contributed photo: Skyline of Cuban city

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On “The Impact” Nov. 23, 2016:
Should the U.S. push for testing of a reported lung cancer vaccine from Cuba?
That’s one of several questions state leaders are mulling after a medical fact-finding mission from Washington State to… Continue reading “The Impact” – November 23, 2016

“The Impact” – November 16, 2016

Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake discusses the Hirst decision with Mike McClanahan on

Click here to watch “The Impact” 11/16/2016.“The Impact” Nov. 16, 2016This week on “The Impact” state leaders relay what they’re hearing and share what they’re planning in response to a momentous state Supreme Court ruling on water rights.
“We heard during the work sessions about this decision,…… Continue reading “The Impact” – November 16, 2016

“The Impact” – October 19, 2016

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On “The Impact” – October 19, 2016:

There’s a statewide ballot measure that supporters say will protect seniors and home caregivers.
“I’m very uncomfortable imagining that my, that anybody could get my personal information and come to my home,”… Continue reading “The Impact” – October 19, 2016

Should all private workers in Washington have access to a state retirement plan?

Retirement experts agree: Getting people to voluntarily save money for retirement doesn't work. "We've studied this for 100 years and the only way that people save for retirement is if they do it automatically from their paycheck," said Teresa Ghilarducci, director of the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis, a New York-based think tank. Continue reading Should all private workers in Washington have access to a state retirement plan?
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