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Sad Survey Reveals Americans Who Read Books Are a Dying Breed [POLL]

Here’s something worth reading.

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Expert: “Tsunami” of Retail Store Closings Expected Across United States

Several leading business and financial experts say major and even regional retailers will be shutting record numbers of stores in 2014 and beyond.

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Guess Who Voted In Favor of Legalizing Marijuana in Washington? Some Big Computer Guy…

The Seattle PI recently interviewed this computer mogul, and discovered not only did he vote for legalizing pot, he is "impressed" with the legal marijuana market being set up.

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Listen to Travel Leaders Tri-Cities Travel Show, and Sail Away Saturdays (AUDIO)

In case you're not able to catch Travel Leaders Tri-Cities  or Sail Away Saturdays on Newstalk 870 (Saturday mornings at 10:30am) we've got the audio for you!

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How Does America View The Seahawks? Interesting Mixed Results

As the Hawks head towards a Super Bowl collision in New York with the Denver Broncos,  it appears there are mixed results for how the rest of the country views Seattle.

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WA State Attorney General – ‘Cities, Counties CAN Block Pot Sales’ – Ruling Complicates Legal Marijuana

Attorney General Bob Ferguson's opinion leaves pot stores wondering where they can set up shop in some cities.  Also complicates legal marijuana situation.

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Banks refused pot store money, officials fear crime targets
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Will Federal Laws Make Pot Stores Targets for Criminals, Drug Cartels? Banks Say No to Pot Money

Because federal laws prohibit financial institutions from accepting money from drug sales, most banks are saying "no" to accepting money from pot stores.

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Category: crime, Lifestyle
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Determined Woman Who Went to Gym for 100 Days Will Inspire You [VIDEO]

If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, here’s something that may add extra motivation.

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Supreme Court Puts Temporary Hold on Same-Sex Marriage in Utah, Waiting Lower Court Ruling

The battle over same-sex marriage in Utah continues.

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Many Washington Cities Now Resistant to Allowing Pot Sales in THEIR Neighborhoods

Voters decided to legalize recreational marijuana by a margin of 56-to-44 percent -- yet many of the 75 biggest cities in our state are "dragging their feet" when it comes to allowing pot stores.

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