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Mini-Windows: Largest K-12 Construction Investment in History Mini-Windows: Largest K-12 Construction Investment in History
An interim series aimed at highlighting lesser known Majority Coalition Caucus-led budget accomplishments in the 2015 & 2016 sessions. The Legislature invested nearly $1 billion in K-12 school construction this biennia, an all-time record. A.   Largest Single Investment in State History The nearly $1 billion investment is almost double the...
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Mini-Windows: Addressing a Steep Rise in Elder Abuse Mini-Windows: Addressing a Steep Rise in Elder Abuse
An interim series aimed at highlighting lesser known Majority Coalition Caucus-led budget accomplishments in the 2015 & 2016 sessions. An alarming and largely unreported trend in recent years has been a steep rise of vulnerable adults being abused in our state. The current budget adds significant staff to stem, and...
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Mini-Windows: Decreasing the Number of Unemployed Veterans Mini-Windows: Decreasing the Number of Unemployed Veterans
An interim series aimed at highlighting lesser known Majority Coalition Caucus-led budget accomplishments in the 2015 & 2016 sessions Washington is home to over 340,000 working-age veterans. Yet, according to the Census Bureau, our state has a higher veteran unemployment rate (6.3%) than the national average (5.4%).1 To improve this...
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WSDOT prioritizes finger pointing over serving customers
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WSDOT prioritizes finger pointing over serving customers
Following the announcement that thousands of drivers recently received late toll bills dating back up to one year, Sen Andy Hill said the Washington State Department of Transportation’s handling of the issue has been poor, but expected. What WSDOT is calling a computer error by its tolling contractor Electronic Transaction...
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