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Former foster child files suit against State of Washington
Former foster child files suit against State of Washington (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Former Foster Child Files $20 Million Lawsuit Against State Claiming Neglect, Rape and Assault

A former foster child, now 21, has filed a lawsuit against the State of Washington and the Department of Social and Health Services over allegations of abuse, rape and neglect.

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Funeral home cremates man by mistake - puts different body in casket
Funeral home cremates man by mistake - puts different body in casket (Photo by Harry Engels/Getty Images)
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Seattle Mortuary Cremates Man, Puts Wrong Body in Casket for Memorial Service!

A Seattle-area family is suing a funeral home over not only mistakenly cremating a man against his families wishes, but putting the "wrong" body in the casket at the funeral!

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Arlenes flowers
Arlenes flowers (Facebook)
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Benton County Judge Rules Arlene’s Flowers Owner to Pay $1,001

On the heels of his ruling in the Consumer Protection Case of the Washington State Attorney General vs. Baronelle Stutzman  and her business Arlene's Flowers,  Superior Court Judge Alex Ekstrom ordered a total of $1,001 in fees to be paid.

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Kennewick claims termination over view on Zambrano-Montes shooting incident
Kennewick claims termination over view on Zambrano-Montes shooting incident (KNDU-TV)
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Kennewick Worker Claims City Fired Him Over Views of Pasco Shooting

A $150,000 lawsuit has been filed against the City of Kennewick by a former employee who claims his opinion on the Pasco Zambrano-Montes shooting got him terminated.

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Arlenes Flowers
Arlenes Flowers (Arlene's Flowers - Facebook)
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Read Arlene’s Flowers Response to Attorney General Settlement Offer

Late last week, Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers of Richland, turned down a settlement offer from Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson. After Superior Court Judge Alex Ekstrom ruled Stutzman violated the Consumer Protection Act by refusing to provide floral services for a same-sex wedding,  Ferguson offered a $2,001 dollar arrangement.  The $1 was for court costs.

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New attorney reported to be taking over Zambrano-Montes shooting case
New attorney reported to be taking over Zambrano-Montes shooting case (Townsquare media image)
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$25 Million Dollar Pasco Shooting Lawsuit Likely to Be Replaced With Another

The only reason the original suit was withdrawn is because the widow of a slain Pasco man has switched attorneys.

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Widow of shooting victim files lawsuit
Widow of shooting victim files lawsuit (Townsquare media image)
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Widow of Man Shot by Pasco Police Files $25 Million Claim

Friday afternoon Tri-Cities police officials investigating the fatal shooting of 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano-Montes gave a media briefing. Nearly 40 people have come forward saying they witnessed the incident.

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Judge rules Arlene's Flowers owner can be included in lawsuit
Judge rules Arlene's Flowers owner can be included in lawsuit (Arlene's Flowers Facebook page)
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Judge Rules Owner of Arlene’s Flowers Can Be Sued, Besides Business

Superior Court Judge Alex Ekstrom has tossed a motion by Barronelle Stutzman's attorneys that she personally be dropped from Attorney General's case against her business Arlene's Flowers.

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Tank farm workers union, environmental groups to sue DOE
Tank farm workers union, environmental groups to sue DOE (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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Tank Farm Union + Environmental Groups Sue Hanford Over Vapors

Perhaps spurred on by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson's suit that will be filed against  the Department of Energy and contractors, a group representing tank farm workers also plans legal action.

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Didier lawsuit dropped Thursday - sources say it was settled
Didier lawsuit dropped Thursday - sources say it was settled (Clint Didier for Congress Facebook page)
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Ethics Lawsuit Against Newhouse Campaign Official Dropped – Sources Say It was “Settled”

A lawsuit accusing Washington State Potato Commission Executive Director Chris Voigt of ethics violations has been settled "to the satisfaction of Mr Didier," said the attorney for the 4th. District Congressional candidate.

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