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“Looking back, we should have recognized these connections sooner,” said CEO Jeff Sperring.
Jay Inslee of Washington and Kate Brown of Oregon have signed a memorandum of intent.
A law taking effect Jan. 1 will increase taxes on large, out-of-state financial institutions.
The biggest barrier to recycling in Oregon is structural.
They claim I-976 is unconstitutionally broad. Tim Eyman calls the litigation a “slap in the face” of voters.
They’ll live at home and follow their usual routine. All ages and sizes, purebreds and mutts are welcome.
Animal rights groups oppose the effort. The matter is likely to end up in federal court.
Aspergillosis has killed one patient and sickened at least six others since last year.
Police say alcohol may have been a factor, but did not believe the incident was the result of hazing.
At the Microsoft-hosted Cascadia Rail Summit, enthusiasm rubbed against an anti-tax message of I-976.
The killing is punishable by imprisonment of up to one year and a fine of up to $100,000.
The company is among plaintiffs in cases that could determine the future of the DACA program.
The busy lake in the heart of Seattle is increasingly congested thanks to more recreational users.
Routine air tests revealed the presence of Aspergillus, a mold that can cause surgical complications.
The Twitter employee allegedly was paid by the Saudi royal family for information on dissidents.
Trooper: ‘My heart is shattered for Chief Knapp … but it also aches for this 19-year-old kid.’
If fully implemented, Initiative 976 would force the city to cut more than 100,000 bus hours.
The Department of Labor and Industries says the backlog was caused by a building boom.
Early returns suggest the online retail giant will have fewer obvious allies on the council
It was passing in King County, the state’s most populous, it was being rejected in most other areas.