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NFIB fires back against Inslee's environmental plans in budget
NFIB fires back against Inslee's environmental plans in budget (Photo by Darren McCollester/Newsmakers)
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Leading Business Group Hits “Back” Against Inslee Gas ‘Tax’ Plan with Radio Ads

In the wake of Gov. Inslee announcing a plan for low carbon fuel standards and other costly environmental ideas in his 2015-17 budget, a leading business group is hitting back hard on the airwaves, and asking for the public's help.

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$36 million a drop in bucket compared to state budget
$36 million a drop in bucket compared to state budget (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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Report Touts Inslee’s Programs Saving $36 Million, Ignores $12 Billion Budget

Tuesday,  Gov. Inslee's office released results of several government efficiency programs that claim to have in various forms, saved the state $36 million dollars.

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Maintenance man assaulted at this home .
Maintenance man assaulted at this home . (Google street view- Google maps)
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Kennewick “House Squatters’ Assault Maintenance Man, 2 Suspects Sought

Two men hiding out, or perhaps "squatting" (living illegally) in a repo house in Kennewick are being sought after assaulting and robbing a maintenance man.

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BBC Reporter Can’t Get Through Newscast Featuring a Pile of Burning Drugs [VIDEO]

Quentin Sommerville of the BBC is trying really hard to finish a news report about a huge pile of burning drugs. He wants to get one straight take to report the government crack down on the drug industry... he just can't get through it. He's not even standing down wind! That's some strong stuff! Kids, the lesson here isn't that drugs make you giggle, it's that drugs get you FIRED!

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Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images
Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images
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Resources for Christmas Eve: NORAD Santa Tracker, Reindeer Cam, Messages From Santa + More

Here's everything you'll be looking for on Christmas Eve on one page.

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Arlenes' Flowers preliminary hearings
Arlenes' Flowers preliminary hearings (Arlene's Flowers Facebook page)
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No Decisions Reached in Arlene’s Flowers Lawsuit Preliminary Hearings

A written ruling has been promised by the judge, but no date given.

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Inslee wants to tax e-cigs, related products - even nicotine free
Inslee wants to tax e-cigs, related products - even nicotine free (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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Gov. Inslee’s Proposed Budget Includes 95% Tax on e-Cigs, Related Products

Critics say tax would not only 'destroy' their profits, but drive consumers back to traditional cigarettes.

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Gang sweep nets 52 arrests
Gang sweep nets 52 arrests (City of Kennewick)
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Big Gang Sweep in Mid-Columbia Grabs 52 Wanted Suspects

Starting Tuesday of this last week,  law enforcement officers from Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, Benton and Franklin County conducted a widespread gang sweep, which proved to be very successful.

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Elite Auto Sales -Detailing Kennewick
Elite Auto Sales -Detailing Kennewick (Townsquare media image)
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Congrats to Dawn Otis, Winner of Elite Auto’s “12 Days of Christmas” Grand Prize!

Dawn Otis is the lucky winner of $1,000!

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John-Moore, Getty Images
John-Moore, Getty Images
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How a German Camera Company Saved Hundreds From the Holocaust

This year is the 75th anniversary of the Leica Freedom Train -- an impressive effort by the Leitz optics company to ship hundreds of Jewish families out of Nazi Germany. Upon safe arrival, the refugees would check in with the local Leitz office where they would receive a free Leica camera and a stipend until they found work. Many used the camera to make income.

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Category: History, Newsletter

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