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The president said he’d hold back federal money if school districts don’t bring students back in the fall.
Just under 35,000 people are still waiting for resolution of their claims for unemployment benefits.
The difficulties and inequities for working moms haven’t changed. What has is the urgency for change.
“Just do not ring up the sale,” Gov. Jay Inslee said about customers who do not don the proper masks.
Gov. Jay Inslee has revised rules to allow self-serve food areas in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening.
While we sheltered in place, federal and state leaders wasted their chance to develop a response.
The agency gives drivers masks, but a union calls that insufficient and asks for more protections.
Rural areas can draw on creative solutions and less regulation to meet the needs of residents.
Some fear the local behavioral health system, which has bled revenue, isn’t ready for the onslaught.
Snohomish County’s Medical Reserve Corps provides a chance to help during the pandemic.
While the coronavirus at first pounded the Seattle area, the epicenter is now east of the Cascade Range.
The person was homeless, suffered from mental health problems and refused all other isolation options.
The owner, however, has said he will legally challenge the governor’s order requiring face coverings.
Residents of the Everett tent city aren’t sure what’s next. Operations at local shelters have been curtailed.
As COVID-19 cases surge in several counties, governor also pauses reopening to fend off a relapse.
He is expected to discuss the state’s ongoing response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Public health officials have noticed a spike in cases among people ages 18 to 20.
With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.