Articles published Thu, Jan 28, 2010
Haggen Food & Pharmacy Offering Free Prenatal Vitamins, Fluoride Supplements
Prenatal vitamins, which contribute to the health of expectant mothers and their babies, are being offered for free at Haggen Food & Pharmacy stores.
Cantwell Opposes Bernanke Reappointment
Says Fed Chair Failed to Focus on Urgent Need to Get Credit Flowing to Community Banks, Small Businesses
GLBT Community Responds to Obama's Pledge on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Some civil rights activists are applauding President Obama's State of the Union pledge to work toward repealing the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy that prohibits gay soldiers, sailors, airmen and women from revealing their sexual orientation and remaining in the military.
Stevens bill takes aim at insurance companies that hide changes
Some insurers trick customers by quietly reducing coverage at renewal time
Cantwell Says Rail Project Will Generate 6,500 Jobs
WA’s Pacific Northwest Corridor Selected in Nationwide Competition to Receive $590 Million in Stimulus Funding
Senator Murray Announces that Washington State Will Receive Major Federal Investment for High Speed Rail
As Chairman of Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee, Murray worked with Transportation Secretary to ensure Washington state’s needs and previous investments were considered in decision on where to make improvements nationwide
Murray Statement on President Obama’s First State of the Union Address
“This evening, President Obama spoke directly to the American people about getting our economy back on track. It’s my top priority as well.
Hope asks education funding group to consider funding proposal
Lawmaker testifies on Iseminger education plan
State Parks reports status of license tab donation program
A state parks donation program tied to vehicle license tab renewals is bringing in less than projected but enough to keep state parks open, provided no General Fund reductions are made beyond those identified in the Governor’s 2010 Supplemental Budget.
County, United Way and WDC to host economic resource fair
The Snohomish County Executive Office, United Way of Snohomish County and the Workforce Development Council Snohomish County (WDCSC) are hosting a multi-day resource fair designed to offer assistance to families and individuals impacted by the current economic crisis.
Cantwell Says $25 Million in Grants Will Support Washington State Agricultural Products Abroad
Funding part of the USDA’s Market Access Program
Children are the beauty of the world
Laura on Life
A Hootenanny For Haiti
Sunday, February 28, 2010 7:30pm | General Admission, Limited Seating | 21+ Showbox at the Market