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Washington State Gets Failing Grade On School Funding

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state is being fined $100,000 a day by the state Supreme Court because justices say lawmakers have failed to adequately pay to educate the state’s 1 million school children. 746 more words

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Please join Pierce County Washington Women Lawyers on August 26 for their annual J-Fab event!

Each year, the PCWWL honors a local woman who is just fabulous for who she is and all she does for the community. Honoree this year is… 65 more words

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On The Employer’s Time – Washington’s Supreme Court Rules on Paid Rest Breaks for Agricultural Employees Paid on a Piece Rate Basis.

On July 16, 2015, the Washington Supreme Court issued a ruling interpreting the statutory requirement for agricultural employees to receive paid breaks as applied to those paid solely on a piece rate basis. 743 more words

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WSBA’s 125th Anniversary Event

See the slideshow from the WSBA’s 125th Anniversary Event.


On June 26, 2015, the WSBA presented “Washington State Bar Association: 125 Years and Counting,” celebrating the state Bar’s past, present and future. 37 more words

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Profanity Against Police Gets First Amendment Protection

SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that a citizen has the First Amendment right to call police abusive names and yell profanity while they’re investigating a crime. 130 more words

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WA Supreme Court Silences Anti-SLAPP

Recently, in Davis v. Cox[1], the Washington State Supreme Court struck down the entirety of the anti-SLAPP[2] statute as unconstitutional because it violates the right to a trial by jury. 592 more words

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