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They resemble the color palette of the plane he used for his 2016 presidential campaign.
Crash killed five college students and injured dozens.
The law, which goes into effect in January, won’t ban testing job applicants for cannabis chemicals.
Comes as a legislative panel approved a cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
At a board meeting, everyone had approved the plan “with enthusiasm,” except one.
Plymouth Housing has launched a $75 million campaign to double its units in Seattle.
Business groups are struggling to figure out where to stand in the fast-shifting political climate.
Estimated that in 2016 about 6,600 cases reflected potential neglect or abuse that was not reported.
Ali Bahrami says there’s no exact timeline as work progresses on fixes to the grounded 737 variant.
“There is one thing in our country that unites Republicans and Democrats.”
Demand for coal is dropping as utilities turn to cheap natural gas and renewable energy,
Lawsuit filed Tuesday by national groups include the Sierra Club and Defenders of Wildlife.
Would empower the governor to enter agreements with other states for the transfer of marijuana.
Will have a capacity of 379 megawatts, which is enough to power around 72,000 homes.
The Department of Agriculture wants him to destroy it all.
The new additions to the waterfront will be installed later this year at the refurbished South Terminal.
The state attorneys general said the merger would hurt competition and drive up cell service prices.
But it’s also the types of jobs in those areas that keep them working longer, analysts say.
The June 19 hearing will be the panel’s second on the Max.