Eye On Olympia archive for Jan. 2003

FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 2003

Banning strikes by teachers...

Should teachers be allowed to strike? Some state senators say no. On Friday, the Senate Commerce and Trade Committee held a hearing on two bills dealing with the issue. Senate Bill 5155 would ban strikes by educational employees. Senate Bill 5021 would prevent teachers and...

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TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 2003


Where'd that money go?

Remember last year's brouhaha over Gonzaga University's $1.5 million request for a stadium, err, parking lot? State lawmakers had heartburn, and so did the university, reluctant to surrender control of the planned stadium in exchange for a relatively small percentage of state construction money. Both...

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THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 2003

TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 2003

West Side Snapshot

Hundreds of gambling-industry workers demonstrated in the Olympia rain Tuesday, asking state lawmakers to allow slot-style machines at non-Indian casinos, taverns, bowling alleys, charity fundraisers and fraternal lodges. Tribes, they said, have a monopoly on the popular electronic machines. Read the full story.

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Who's paid what:

Want to know how big the governor's paycheck is? Or the attorney general's? Or a state Supreme Court justice's?You can see the salary schedule for state officials, including state lawmakers, at this site.

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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 2003

Short takes and breaking news from the Washington Legislature and the state capital.





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