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Conservative Think Tank Sues Thurston Auditor

Everett Herald

The Freedom Foundation is suing Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall, saying she didn’t make a good faith effort to find an opposing argument for school levy and bond ballot measures in the February vote

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Freedom Foundation Sues Thurston County Auditor

The Chronicle

The Freedom Foundation is suing Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall, saying she didn't make a good faith effort to find an opposing argument for school levy and bond ballot measures in the February

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Freedom Foundation Sues Thurston County Auditor Over Absent statement in Voters' Pamphlet

The Republic

The Freedom Foundation is suing Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall, saying she didn't make a good faith effort to find an opposing argument for school levy and bond ballot measures in the February

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Here are 4 Problems with Seattle’s $15 an Hour Minimum Wage Idea

Watchdog.org

Max Nelson, Freedom Foundation labor policy analyst, told Northwest Watchdog he has spoken to some business owners in the SeaTac area who are restructuring their business to avoid paying the $15 an ho

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Nixon Led Washington Coalition for Open Government Gives Gov. Inslee Key Award

Kirkland Reporter

In October, the Washington State Supreme Court, ruling in a suit filed by the Freedom Foundation, held that Washington’s governor is constitutionally entitled to an executive privilege that allows him

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Thurston County Auditor Hall Named in Lawsuit Over Voters' Pamphlet

The Olympian

The Freedom Foundation filed a lawsuit on Friday against newly elected Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall, saying she didn’t make “a good faith effort to find someone to draft arguments against the bal

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Editorial: Any progress in disclosure laws worthy

The Spokesman-Review

Representatives of the conservative Freedom Foundation told members of the Senate Government Operations Committee the public should be able to see how state negotiators bargain with billions of tax do

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Washington Union Executives Defend Their Monopoly

Watchdog.org

Introduced by Sen. Jim Honeyford, R-Yakima, SB6053 would prevent workers who have never signed up for union membership from paying for anything more than workplace representation.

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Paid Sick Leave a Drag on Business

Connecticut Post

CEPR's study contends that concerns about the law's negative impact on businesses were unfounded and that the law was "a non-event for employers with real benefits for covered workers.&

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Raising Minimum Wage a Burden, Not a Benefit

Everett Herald

Boosting the minimum wage is all the rage these days. Last fall, SeaTac voters barely approved a targeted $15 minimum wage initiative.

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