Maybe it’s the atypically spring-like weather in Olympia in the last week and a half or the extra $250 million coming into state coffers, but lawmakers have had pleasant, albeit businesslike, dispositions when it comes to the biggest issue they’ll have to tackle this year: satisfying the state Supreme Court’s mandate on K-12 education as
Gov. Jay Inslee told a crowd of aerospace executives that he is “monitoring” but not taking positions on two House bills that aim to tie tax breaks with the number of jobs provided and wages paid to employees. Senate Majority Leader Mark Schoesler, R-Ritzville, said the Legislature made a deal with Boeing in 2013 and his caucus
An awkward truth for politicians looking to help the middle class is that there’s much less the government can do for them than for the poor. So, the president has picked an opportune time to set his mantra to “middle-class economics”: a time when middle-class economic fortunes are already improving for reasons not much related
As Washington state moves to combat an increasing threat posed by data breaches and hackers, differing viewpoints are emerging about how best the state can confront the issue. Rep. Zack Hudgins, D-Tukwila, is carrying several bills on the subject, including one that wants to stiffen disclosure requirements on any business that gets hit by a
OP/ED-Biosimilar Drugs Require More Transparent Communication Between Patient and Pharmacist: SB 5935 Needs Work
Very recently during the 64th Legislature in the State of Washington, House Bill 1675 was introduced relating to the prescription of biological products and interchangeable biological products. The bill addressed the process through which a biosimilar that has been given ‘interchangeable’ status by the FDA can be substituted for the innovator biologic it mimics.
You and your doctor decide you need surgery. As you are lying on the operating room (O.R.) table looking up at the ‘many faces behind the masks,’ do you ask yourself, “did everyone here graduate from an accredited program before being hired?” As a healthcare consumer, chances are that you expect all healthcare professionals, regardless
Tribal Cannabis Conference. With State Contract In Legislature And Possible On-Site Tribal Retail And Consumptive Venues This Should Be Informative.
A Lot Of Cannabis Action With major cannabis bills moving through the legislature including a Tribal/State Contract bill, Washington State is poised to lead the way in coordination with sovereign nations in the regulation of both medical and recreational cannabis use. Conference At The Tulalip Harris Moure, through its Canna Law Group, and Odawi Law,
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