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Todd Peterman-Dishion of Everett, let go by Boeing and addicted, turned to dark internet commerce.
Justices unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
Justices: Presidential electors, including Everett man, must keep pledge to back popular vote winner
“Just do not ring up the sale,” Gov. Jay Inslee said about customers who do not don the proper masks.
These three citizens contend the Constitution allowed them to put country ahead of party.
Officials reminded people to keep a safe distance from others, on what may be the warmest days so far in 2020.
To the relief of anxious employees, the company said it will shut down factory operations for two weeks.
The governor announced the order, with some exceptions, as well as millions in grants for businesses.
Boeing will equip more employees to work remotely, but for now factory workers will stay on the line.
They claim I-976 is unconstitutionally broad. Tim Eyman calls the litigation a “slap in the face” of voters.
The power of the hyphen: The tiny taqueria changed its logo and colors and is now Taco-Book.
Daily service between Everett and the California desert begins Nov. 5.
Everett Memorial Stadium, home of the minor-league AquaSox, will get new branding and a 15-foot statue.
This is the third time Cedar Grove sought changes to reduce threat of legal action over bad odors.
The additional service should provide Seattle travelers with more options while promising to bolster Everett business.
A proposed two-gate passenger terminal would allow up to a couple dozen flights a day, but it’s not yet a done deal.
The aerospace company has eliminated 7,500 Washington state jobs in the last year. If the layoffs continue, say some Republicans and Democrats, the state should curtail the 2013 deal.