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Stories for March 11, 2014
Guest Opinion: With Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent decision to halt executions, an issue that has gripped public defenders for decades is finally getting the public attention it deserves.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
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The bill protects a $40 home sales fee used to subsidize housing for the homeless. For one year. After that, lawmakers will debate a phase-out.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Friends of Youth outreach workers log 90 miles a day as they scour the Eastside in search of homeless kids.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Senate Republicans are for it. Dems not so much.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS