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News commentary: Seattle’s grassroots minimum wage movement prepares for war

News commentary: Seattle’s grassroots minimum wage movement prepares for war

The International Examiner January 3, 2014 0

All voices need to be heard

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I-502: Marijuana license applications pour in

I-502: Marijuana license applications pour in

The International Examiner November 22, 2013 0

APIs need to closely observe

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Racial Profiling, Beer Summits, and the Fire Next Time

Racial Profiling, Beer Summits, and the Fire Next Time

Larry Yu September 16, 2009 3

The arrest of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates in July 2009 brought the issue of racial profiling once again to the forefront of US public debate this summer. Gates was arrested for disorderly

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Marriage Equality Has a Ring To It

Marriage Equality Has a Ring To It

Liezl Tomas-Rebugio September 16, 2009 Comments Off

On May 18, 2009, Governor Christine Gregoire signed the Domestic Partnership Law, which provides the same state rights and responsibilities to domestic partners that are afforded to legally married couples. This November, registered domestic

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The Healthcare Debate Hits Close to Home

The Healthcare Debate Hits Close to Home

Sharon Maeda September 2, 2009 2

You’ve seen the signs. You’ve heard the supporters – and their opponents. The facts are scary enough without the fiction and that’s why there is such a strong push to pass national health care

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