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Latino student education advocates honored by Senate
The Washington State Senate convenes for debate February 5th, the 26th Legislative Day of the 2016 Regular Session. SR 8700 - Welcoming the Latino Educational Achievement Project to Olympia.
Latino student education advocates honored by Senate
South King County student-members of the Latino/a Educational Achievement Project visited Olympia Friday and were formally recognized by the Washington State Senate in a resolution sponsored by Sen. Joe Fain. LEAP’s statewide advocacy day included more than 50 students and chaperones from the Auburn and Kent School Districts and Green...
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Kentwood sophomore serves as Senate page
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Kentwood sophomore serves as Senate page
John Brockes, a sophomore at Kentwood High School, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Brockes was one of 19 students who served as Senate pages during the third week of the 2016 legislative session. He was sponsored by Sen....
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Tahoma students honored by Senate
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Tahoma students honored by Senate
Today students from Tahoma High School who are members of the state champion “We the People” team — a national civics education program — were honored in the Senate.   One of my favorite things to do each year is join Senator Mark Mullet and the students in the Senate...
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MS Advocacy Day
MS Day
MS Advocacy Day
Lisa and Martin Boon — a few of my favorite constituents — came to Olympia today to discuss issues facing the 277 people living with multiple sclerosis in our legislative district.   My good friend Snowball was also in attendance.
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