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Washington Policy Center launches series of Wake-Up breakfasts with legislators

The Legislature's current session will likely make some major decisions that affect Washington state businesses. The Washington Policy Center, an advocacy group largely focused on limiting government regulations, is hosting a series of information sessions to call attention to the key issues.

Each session will be a videoconference with a group of state legislators who want citizens to keep track of the key state issues.

Here's the schedule for the Wake-Up Call forums. They start usually at 7 a.m:

To RSVP for the breakfasts, contact Chris Cargill at 509 570-2384. Or email wakeupcall@washingtonpolicy.org.  For information, go to  Wake Up Call Coffee.

 


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