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October 25, 2014 at 5:26 PM

Didier drama, Seattle poll numbers, the secrets of a first lady: your week in review

If you need something to to take your mind off the Marysville school shootings, there’s always the drama of politics. So, here’s what happened this week: 1. DelBene, Celis give 1st District a clear choice for Congress 2. U.S. Congres candidate Clint Didier drops suit against Newhouse campaign volunteer ; PAC backed by Slade Gorton attacks Clint Didier  3….


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September 27, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Climate activist money, NRA endorsement, new I-594 ads: Your week in review

Some tidbits from the week. To wit: 1. Climate activist fuels fight to switch control of state Senate. 2. Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant tries, fails to flatten the city’s light rates for residents. 3. Nick Hanauer, advocate for $15/hour minimum wage, speaks in Eastern Washington (Addy Hatch/SR). 4. NRA endorses Dan Newhouse in Fourth Congressional District; Didier asks…


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September 13, 2014 at 1:52 PM

Hipsters, Sarah Palin, constitutional conflict: your week in review

You’re perfect, so we know you’d never miss any news. But just in case: 1. Obama visit costs Seattle $40k; Medina bills former Costco CEO. 2. State Supreme Court finds state Legislature in contempt on McCleary funding. 3. Lt. Gov. Brad Owen to pay fine for using state resources for his nonprofit. 4. We now have a…


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August 31, 2014 at 6:43 AM

Fife’s pot-store ban, more I-594 money, Inslee nudges Yakima on voting rights: your week in review

Happy Labor Day weekend! Here’s your homework: 1. Judge upholds city of Fife’s ban on pot businesses. 2. Bill Gates and a Michael Bloomberg group donate money to support I-594 background check initiative. 3. Many in Seattle are taking a stand against rise of micro-apartments. 4. Gov. Inslee asks Yakima not to appeal judge’s order to…


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August 23, 2014 at 2:22 PM

Ferry complaints, tribal heritage, big money for I-594 : your week in review

Most creative campaign sign of the election season? (Joseph O’Sullivan/The Seattle Times)   Another week is behind us. Here’s what you may have missed while doing whatever it is you do: 1. Seattle officials want tribal heritage reflected in city waterfront. 2. Lawmakers turn up the heat on troubled…


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August 16, 2014 at 9:40 PM

Labor disputes, psychiatric boarding, pro-gun money: your week in review

For those of you “relaxing” this weekend by checking the interwebs every 15 minutes, we present: news and bits you may have missed over the past week. 1. More than 100 patients could be released from hospital emergency rooms later this month as the state scrambles to find long-term beds and funding to abide by a…


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