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“The Impact”: March 1, 2017

This week on “The Impact”:

The state’s paramount duty is to amply fund  basic education. The question is- how?

With four plans on the table, we sit down with State Superintendent Chris Reykdal to hear his take on what the proposals could mean for students across the state.

“So we’re

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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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On ‘The Impact’: AG candidates, Carbon emissions cap, testing marijuana for pesticides, I-1491

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The Office of Attorney General of Washington will be decided in November.

From protecting consumers to defending state government in court, as the chief law officer of the state, the attorney general has a lot of responsibilities. We dig into the… Continue reading On ‘The Impact’: AG candidates, Carbon emissions cap, testing marijuana for pesticides, I-1491

New documents unsealed in state lawsuit against Grocery Manufacturers Association

The Grocery Manufacturers Association made a "systematic effort to conceal the sources of $11 million in contributions" to defeat a 2013 ballot initiative dealing with genetically modified food, according to Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who announced this week that new documents were being unsealed in an ongoing lawsuit against the association. Continue reading New documents unsealed in state lawsuit against Grocery Manufacturers Association
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