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INTERVIEW: Barney Frank Still Has All the Right Moves

INTERVIEW: Barney Frank Still Has All the Right Moves

Having been at the forefront of American politics for over five decades, there’s little that still surprises Frank…except the Tea Party.

Murray Names Capitol Hill LGBT Task Force

Mayor Ed Murray Thursday announced a task force to develop recommendations to create a safer environment for LGBT people in Seattle.

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Pike Place Market Waterfront Expansion Approved

Pike Place Market MarketFront will provide stalls for farmers and artists, 300 additional parking spaces, senior housing, and public open space.

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Gender Wage Gap Wider in Washington Than Most States

Women in Washington earn less than 78 cents per dollar a man earns. At the current rate of progress, it would take until at least 2071 to reach pay parity.

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Bipartisan Amicus Brief Submited for National Marriage

A total of 44 members of the Senate and 167 Members of the House of Representatives signed on to the brief.

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Murray: $1.8 Million for Neighborhood Business Districts

A total of $75,000 in facade improvements will be granted to Rainier Beach and Columbia City to develop a more welcoming environment for customers.

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House Approves Homeless Youth Prevention and Protection Act

The House approved Gov. Jay Inslee’s Homeless Youth Prevention and Protection Act to provide appropriate and easily accessible services for homeless youth.

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Hundreds Convene at Church to Discuss Hate Crimes

The overall mood of the debate appeared distressed and yet, at the same time, energized – in part because of the uptick in crime.

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Hal Sparks, Erin Foley Join Seattle’s ‘Pride Comedy Series’

Seattle Pride and Parlor Live Seattle have gone all out to present their first-ever joint comedy series starring world-famous LGBTQA talent.

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Sawant to Hold Capitol Hill Safety Forum Tuesday

With the upcoming election, Knittel said he saw the forum as a blatantly political move, intended to score points with Capitol Hill voters.

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