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A right-to-work bill passed the state Senate today and is expected to pass the Assembly next week. Thousands protested but to no avail. (So why did you-all elect those people then? This is exactly what they do . . .) Story here.
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Exclusive Interview With ABC News Followed By Press Conference Washington, DC- National Press ClubAt a Press Conference this morning, Dr. Jill Stein told the assembled media, guests, and a live TV audience tuning into C-Span that she is “testing the waters” and forming an exploratory committee to seek the Green...
Join Family of Slain Teen in Urging Non-Violent Action for Change in Missouri, Michigan, and Nationwide: Elected Citizen Review Boards and Closer Monitoring The Green Party of Michigan (GPMI) is responding to the non-indictment of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown with...
The Gathering was held in Puyallup with lively discussion, serious decisions, great food, and entertainment by the local Raging Grannies. Affiliation Certificates were presented to the Green Parties of Snohomish County, Pierce County, and East King County. GPWA has endorsed eight candidates for office this election cycle: Doug Milholland for the 6th Congressional District Bob Lewis for Washington Legislative...
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