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December 27, 2013 at 6:30 AM

Friday Memo: Ex-DEA agent’s new pot job … Huskies’ bowl money … Dry weather coming

Here’s a twist: An Ex-DEA agent is talking about his new career working for a marijuana-related business.

Money not following the Huskies: UW won’t get big payout for bowl game appearance

Weather: It’s supposed to rain today, but here’s some good news: It’s likely to be drier than usual for a couple of weeks. Oh, wait, it’s good news unless you operate a ski resort. National Weather Service forecast

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