Articles published Fri, Feb 26, 2010
Senate hearing highlights support for House compromise
‘We trust judges to make determinations based on the evidence they are presented, now we need to give them the ability to deny bail to the most dangerous suspects,” Hope says
Voter-Approved Taxpayer Protections Repealed, Again
Director, WPC’s Center for Government Reform
Helping WA Kids Navigate Tough Times
School Support Employees Get Extra Training
Public Wants a Say in WA’s Coal-Fired Debate
Gov. Chris Gregoire has been a big advocate of curbing global warming pollution in Washington with cleaner energy sources, but at the state Capitol on Saturday, members of the Sierra Club and other conservation groups will ask her to take the next step, and commit to a coal-free Washington within the next five years.
Murray Announces Major Clean Energy Grant for Puget Sound Energy; $29M to Help Reduce Energy Costs, Create Local Jobs
Recovery Act funding will allow PSE to continue investing in expanding clean-energy industry in Washington state
Clutter - comfort or chaos
What do you picture when you think about a decluttered and organized home?