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House votes to keep DEA from going after banks accepting pot money
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U.S. House Votes to Prevent Feds from Penalizing Banks Taking Pot Money

It's seen as a positive step by pot stores in our state, but most banks still won't touch drug money even if it's legal.

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Colorado, WA governors pressure feds to allow banks to take pot money
Colorado, WA governors pressure feds to allow banks to take pot money (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Washington and Colorado Governors Pressure Feds to Allow Banks to Take Pot Money

Gov. Jay Inslee and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper have sent a letter to various federal banking regulators urging they formally approve banks to take money from pot store operators,  growers and processors.  The letter went out late last week.

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Gov. Inslee has a new rich climate change friend
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Is Gov. Inslee ‘Using’ CA Billionaire Money to Push Climate Change Agenda?

Gov. Inslee, according to recent reports, has a new "friend" with lots and lots of money.

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4th District race heating up financially
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GOP Campaign War Chests to Replace Doc Hastings Growing

Another candidate has crossed the $100,000 threshold.

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Yakima seeking part of pot money revenue
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Yakima Bans Pot Stores,Then Seeks Share of State Pot Money – Hypocritical Or Not?

Critics say the city council is being hypocritical by banning pot stores, but asking for it's share of state pot revenue.   Others say money needed to help prosecute marijuana DUI cases and related crime.   Who's right?

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Youth sports becoming too "professional?"
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Are Youth-Prep Sports Becoming Too Competitive? Too “Professional?”

Yes, times have changed in youth and prep sports.  But is it for the better?  

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Is Washington state's spending blitz helping education?
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Does Increased Spending Make for Better Education? New Studies Say No

You've probably heard about Gov. Jay Inslee's proposal to tax bottled water and close loopholes to raise $200 million for education. Is throwing money at a situation going to make it better?

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Obamacare death debt
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Obamacare “Death Debt?” States Can Seize Assets to Recoup Benefits Under Medicaid Rules

Another of the sneaky little clauses nobody in the White House was talking about.

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State House plans to push for minimum wage increase
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WA House Democrats Plan To Push for Minimum Wage Increase – Could Be $15 An Hour

House Democrats plan to introduce a set of what they are calling "economic-equality proposals".   Senate leaders immediately have blasted it.

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Here Are 10 of the Most Absurd Excuses for Filing Taxes Late

The New Year has arrived, which means that, in addition to dropping some weight and working out, you should start to think about filing tax returns.

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