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Stories for Jan. 4, 2013
The sometimes-environmental governor could be headed to D.C., according to Joel Connelly. Publicola senses office workers' undermining of a city campaign to save money on energy bills.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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The actor turned coffee entrepreneur stopped by the Clyde Hill Tully's this morning, where Crosscut talked with him about his plans for the Seattle coffee chain.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A Crosscut article about the fragmented Eastside rail corridor included a false allegation about my role in the operation of GNP Railway.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
A state auditor's study recommends saving money by changing the monopoly held by state shipyards and rules on apprenticeships. Not so fast, says the state transportation leadership.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS
In the wake of a tragedy in Florida, a Democratic lawmaker from Poulsbo hopes to clarify the law here.READ MORE 20 COMMENTS
An up-and-coming Seattle theater company, quiet is using conversation and unconventional partnerships to get audience members talking about social justice.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS