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Stories for Dec. 6, 2012
It took a long time, Washington, but wedding-minded couples of the same sex have their licenses. Pot smokers do so without getting ticketed. Court worries for a Tim Eyman measure?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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A consortium of Hollywood studios is pressing for digital-only film distribution. For movie lovers, this could mean less variety and the end of some smaller independent movie theaters.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
As a task force nears the end of a study on how to meet a court mandate for better schools, Democrats put forward four plans to cut state expenses and raise taxes. The GOP says it will release an all-cuts plan to shift money to schools, but much later.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS