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Supporting people with developmental disabilities
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Supporting people with developmental disabilities
At an annual gathering of parents and advocates Wednesday night in Renton, Sen. Joe Fain was recognized for his work in the Legislature supporting people with developmental disabilities. The event was hosted by the Arc of King County’s Parent and Family Coalition, which mobilizes family members to advocate the Legislature...
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New Washington law reduces barrier to addiction recovery
Senator Joe Fain and King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn advocated for and passed a new, first-in-the-nation law providing for privileged communication between recovering addicts and their sponsor.
New Washington law reduces barrier to addiction recovery
A first-in-the-nation new law creating privileged communication between a person undergoing drug or alcohol addiction treatment and their recovery sponsor goes into effect today in Washington state. The change sponsored by state Sen. Joe Fain recognizes the important role sponsors play in substance abuse treatment by providing support, advice and...
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The Electoral College in 57 Seconds The Electoral College in 57 Seconds
The Electoral College is a poorly understood but influential part of electing a president. Senator Joe Fain explains the process in 57 Seconds.
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Visiting Kentlake Students
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Visiting Kentlake Students
Spent the morning speaking to civics classes at Kentlake High School alongside Representative Sullivan. Students were expectedly interested in college tuition costs and graduation requirements, but also asked great questions about transportation and participation in the political process among young voters.
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