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South King County residents meet with Senator Fain
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South King County residents meet with Senator Fain
More than 150 South King County residents gathered in Kent on Saturday to meet with state legislators and discuss a variety of issues including education, transportation and taxes. Sen. Joe Fain was pleased with the turnout and opportunity to speak directly to community members. “Thank you to everyone who gave up...
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Voters could see expensive initiative costs up front Voters could see expensive initiative costs up front
When Washington voters cast their ballot on costly statewide initiatives, they could soon make decisions knowing the potential impact on the state budget, under a plan by Sen. Joe Fain approved Monday in the Senate. “Voters deserve essential information to help them make informed choices,” said Fain, a 2008 initiative...
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Join me for town-hall meeting Mar. 21
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Join me for town-hall meeting Mar. 21
My colleagues from the House of Representatives and I will be hosting a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 21 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Golden Steer Steak n’ Rib House in Kent.  If you have any questions please contact me! I hope to see you there. The...
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Kent lawmakers team up to protect Thunderbirds hockey
Senate passes bill protecting Thunderbirds, WHL hockey. Photo courtesy of Brian Liesse and the Seattle Thunderbirds.
Kent lawmakers team up to protect Thunderbirds hockey
For 37 years the Seattle Thunderbirds have hosted talented amateur hockey players competing in the Western Hockey League. The Thunderbirds, who have played in Kent since 2009, faced potential shutdown after a complaint filed with the state claimed players were professional athletes and therefore subject to certain wage and labor...
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