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Written by Eric Bronson Early declarations of political demise are practically an American tradition at this point, so in that sense the Seattle Times’ recent article that prematurely claimed the fatal failure of the democracy voucher program could almost be forgiven as… [More]
Last night, the Washington state Legislature gaveled out after a marathon 193 day session, which ran much longer than its original schedule of 105 days. The legislative session has ended, Governor Jay… [More]
Written by Eric Bronson On May 4, the US House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA) on a party-line vote by Republican lawmakers. A month later, the Senate GOP… [More]
Written by Eric Bronson On May 31st All Home King County released their 2017 “Count Us In” Point In Time Count, previously known as the One Night Count. The count, which was… [More]
Written by Eric Bronson On Friday May 19th at Seattle City Hall, YWCA Seattle|King|Snohomish hosted its annual Stand Against Racism event, bringing together city officials, poets, activists and community members to take… [More]