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Net Neutrality Repealed: What does that mean?

By Hannah Holder
Blog Content Contributor

On Dec. 14, 2017 net neutrality was repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The FCC regulates interstate and international communications via radio, television, wire, satellite and cable throughout the United States. 579 more words

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B.C. kicks in $300,000 for high-speed transit study

British Columbia will contribute $300,000 toward a study that will look into the business case for an ultra-high-speed transit system connecting Vancouver, Seattle and Portland. 25 more words


Governor's Results Washington Initiative: Housing and Homelessness

Data from the state on housing and homelessness.

Washington is #5 in homelessness behind Oregon, California, New York, Hawaii.

Data shows that the main cause of homelessness is housing supply, and though addiction is a problem it is not the main factor. 6 more words

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Washington state passes net neutrality law

Washington on Monday became the first US state to pass its own net neutrality rules, when Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law a bill that effectively reinstates (at the state level) the Obama-era rules wiped out by the Federal Communications Commission. 35 more words


Democrat Tells President Donald Trump: Less Tweeting, More Listening | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

While discussing guns with state officials at the White House, Trump was criticized by Gov. Jay Inslee (D-WA) who said he’s talked to teachers and they don’t want to be armed. Our panel reacts.