The Seattle P-I is reporting: AP: Signs of improper campaigning in McKenna files.
During this year’s legislative session, the State Senate, under control of the Republicans and Rodney Tom, rejected the $10 billion state transportation budget passed by the House (House Bill 1954 and House Bill 1955). Republicans voiced opposition to the proposed $0.10/gallon sales tax, to prevailing wage requirements, to mass transit, and to environmental regulations. This despite considerable […]
My daughter is really good with little kids. She can really get them to open up. She engages with them – about who they are, what they want to do, what they could do. These are some of the qualities of a good early childhood teacher. Child-care teaching is one of the most important professions, […]
Corporate and billionaire giving helps their image more than it helps us January 19, 2019 By Matthew CaruchetReprinted from Economic Opportunity Institute Microsoft announced this week that it will spend $500 million to offset the lack of affordable housing and combat homelessness around Lake Washington. The money will be dispensed through loans and grants to […]