Eye On Olympia archive for Sept. 2004

TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 2004

TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 2004

On the issues...

"We've talked about identity theft. We've talked about...uh, uh, uh...I'm so tired I can't remember. (turns to staffer) What's my other issue? Identify theft, predatory lending, prescription drugs...Oh, and domestic violence. Protecting women and children." Attorney General candidate Deborah Senn, exhausted on primary election night,...

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Speaking of tired candidates...

"There's a lot of thought right now about getting some rest. I'm exhausted from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet." -Ron Sims, who lost in the Democratic primary to gubernatorial candidate Christine Gregoire

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 14, 2004

As do we...

"I'm an advocate of orbital colonization...Although I was born in Minneapolis, Minn., I consider Spaceship Earth to be my home." - Libertarian candidate for governor Michael Nelson

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MONDAY, SEPT. 13, 2004

Inarguable...

"I think it's fair to say that it may or may not happen." KING-5's Robert Mak, on the likelihood of Washington instituting a state income tax.

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 7, 2004

On the road again...

Gov. Gary Locke leaves next week for another trade mission, this time to China and Vietnam. The 10-day trip is his fifth trade mission to Asia -- previous stops have included Japan (three times), China (twice) and Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He's also visited...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 2004

The stuff you don't see in the paper...

"No interviews will be allowed in Building 2027 without prior permission...witnesses at the trial should not be interviewed...no other (legal) personnel...will be interviewed or asked for an interview until ALL action in the case, including any appeals, has concluded, and then only if they agree....

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