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Stories for Feb. 22, 2013
An Olympia hearing on the subject was standing room only as police and ACLU heavyweights duked it out over a proposal to curtail an unmanned flying surveillance craft.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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French court ruling looks hopeful for Michael Mastro. Boeing's plan on the line. The proposed sports arena beats court challenge.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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A proposal to create remedies to head off gerrymandering provokes worries from cities and school districts.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Agribusiness gears up to spend millions fighting GMO labeling in Washington. Here's a better battle plan: Don't block disclosure, tout it.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
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