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Ginamarie Emanuel, 52, is the co-Chair of the King County Democrats Committee on disabilities in Seattle, which has not yet voted on these…
“In fact, methanol was never brought to STC’s attention: as a commissioner I and others found out about the plant on FACEBOOK, which is troubling given that we were created by the City of Tacoma to advise it on matters of sustainability.”
New study highlights the repeated failure by U.S. lawmakers to crack down on tax avoidance schemes.
The termination of Seattle police officer Cynthia Whitlatch is excellent news for social justice advocates everywhere. Nevertheless, one must wonder how many more Cynthia Whitlatches now remain at large in America. Jeff Stevens opines.
Apparently, Seattle City Council incumbent Tim Burgess is once again cynically posing as a liberal, mere weeks before facing Seattle’s famously liberal electorate. Jeff Stevens historically and/or skeptically reports.
The absurd saga of Seattle police officer Cynthia Whitlatch continues to comically unfurl. Jeff Stevens golfsplains.
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