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After uproar, EPA’s Pruitt says he plans to fly coach: ‘There’s a change coming’

The head of the Environmental Protection Agency, facing ongoing criticism about his taxpayer-funded, first-class travels, says he plans to spend more time in coach.

Bill to limit office expenses of ex-presidents sent to Obama

Congress has voted to put limits on the expense accounts that ex-presidents get from American taxpayers.

Washington Senate panel raises daily expenses allowance

OLYMPIA – State senators will be able to collect an extra $30 a day for expenses during future legislative sessions under a rule approved Tuesday. The Senate Facilities and Operations …

Pre-meeting meals valuable, mayor says

Expense vouchers reveal that Spokane Valley City Council members eat more at home than on the road. Since the city was formed six years ago, the council has gathered for …

Combat costs by becoming more active in the process

It’s easy to feel that health care decisions are out of your control. Doctors order tests and prescribe drugs. Follow-up appointments are scheduled automatically. The default position for health care …

As health costs shift, education is best bet

Whatever you pay for your health care, chances are good that it’s going up. The basic costs of procedures and services have been rising steadily for years. Employers have been …