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Too many families are struggling, despite the booming economy. Too many working people are one missed paycheck away from living in their car, or staying with relatives.
Community Events, March 2015
Washington State Medical Association says opportunity to boost vaccination rates and protect children was lost
As superintendent of the Lake Washington School District, it seems like everywhere I go I see growth.
We all love to think the area we live in is world class – for unparalleled beauty, shimmering waters and majestic mountains, great food, and the great outdoors. But the “world class” label bestowed upon us in a Seattle Times newspaper column last fall – “Hey, we’re world class! For truly terrible traffic” – should serve as a wake-up call for action.
While writing a budget in Olympia that impacts every single Washingtonian and business, I spend a lot of time reviewing massive amounts of data and policies that go into making decisions in the Legislature. While it’d be easy to get lost in the numbers and analysis, it’s actually quite simple by always remembering the impact these decisions have on people at home: by thinking of Redmond.