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Programs For Disabled And Disadvantaged Washington Youth Imperiled After Lieutenant Governor Cancels Funding Amid Ethics Probe
It was supposed to be former Washington Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib’s legacy — a pair of programs to serve youth with disabilities and youth from marginalized or disadvantaged backgrounds. But Habib’s successor cancelled a contract with the nonprofit that operates the programs after identifying what his office called “suspicious financial activity” during Habib’s last year in office. Continue Reading Programs For Disabled And Disadvantaged Washington Youth Imperiled After Lieutenant Governor Cancels Funding Amid Ethics Probe
Pets dead or sick after coming in contact with Columbia River water near the Tri-Cities, Wash. Now health officials have confirmed the culprit, Anatoxin-a in toxic algae. Continue Reading Six Dogs Sickened Or Dead Near Tri-Cities, All Thought To Have Contact With Columbia River
A woman was able to enter the secure grounds of Washington’s governor’s residence on Wednesday before being stopped by the Washington State Patrol. Gov. Jay Inslee and First Lady Trudi Inslee were not home at the time. The security breach follows a much larger incident on January 6 when a group of pro-Trump supporters forced open a gate and spilled onto the mansion lawn, eventually making their way to the mansion’s front portico. Continue Reading Another Breach At Washington Governor’s Mansion Reveals Ongoing Security Gaps