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March 7, 2014 at 12:26 PM

Round-up: Eastside Catholic faces lawsuit over VP’s dismissal, veteran’s tuition bill stalls

Ousted Eastside Catholic VP to sue school, archdiocese: Former Eastside Catholic vice principal Mark Zmuda is expected to file a wrongful-dismissal lawsuit today against both the school and the Archdiocese of Seattle. Zmuda was fired in December after administrators found out he had married his same-sex partner the previous summer.

Inslee vows to keep pushing teacher evaluation bill (AP):  Gov. Jay Inslee says is still pushing for consensus among state lawmakers to pass legislation that would require student test scores be used in teacher evaluations. Without a bill, the state could control of about $40 million in federal funding .

Political squabbling stalls bill that would give veterans in-state tuition: A bill that would offer veterans in-state college tuition rates has stalled in Olympia despite unanimous support in both the House and Senate.

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