Controversy: Washington’s Insurance Ads: Quirky and Hip, or Offensive?

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Washington’s Insurance Ads: Quirky and Hip, or Offensive?   Are the new ads promoting health insurance for Washington’s young people quirky, hip and funny — or are they insulting and offensive? Michael Marchand says it doesn’t matter. “I don’t care if people like or hate what I’m doing, so long as they get the url […]



The Ins and Outs of Purchasing a Self Defense Insurance Policy

Washington State Senate Committee Approves Gun-Control Bill

Washington State Senate Committee Approves Gun-Control Bill   A Washington State Senate committee this morning overwhelmingly approved the 2014  legislative session’s lone politically feasible gun-control bill, clearing the proposal for its final — and most difficult — test. House Bill 1840 now must be approved by the full Senate, a Republican-controlled chamber that has proven unfriendly to […]

Options for White Collar Crime Defense

When searching for a lawyer, people need to be assured that they can successfully fight a charge without facing harsh punishments and fines. It’s important to hire the services of an attorney that specializes in specific areas of law that is relevant to a client’s charge. For example, white collar crime charges should be defended […]

Multinational Law

The Value of a Multinational Law Agency

The Value of a Multinational Law Agency There are many different firms and agencies for law. Even if you live in a small town, there are likely a few independent organizations within a mile radius. It’s something that’s easy to take for granted. That’s why it’s important to understand the value that can be found […]

The Benefits of Philanthropy

The Benefits of Philanthropy   Philanthropy is the term that refers to the practice of donating time, money, labor or anything else for the greater good of the community or society. Corporate philanthropy simply refers to when businesses do it rather than individuals. There are a variety of benefits to be had when businesses engage […]

Washington’s I-502 Legal Pot Shops May Affect Kids

 Washington’s I-502 Legal Pot Shops May Affect Kids A recent Seattle Times article looked at the issue of what happens when the first legal marijuana (pot) shops open their doors later this year.  Voters approved the new law, Initiative 502 (I-502) but the details are still murky, as no one really knows what the consequences […]

Relations with Middle Eastern Nations

Politicians often say that they want to help children in many different ways when they are running for office. They might talk about giving them better educational opportunities, about providing them with health care, about making sure that they all have the food that they need and many other things of this natural. Generally speaking, […]

Mortgage Default Aid-Do You Need It?

Housing Foreclosure and Debt Problems

Mortgage Default Aid-Do You Need It? Evidence of a battered economy can be noticed in every community throughout the United States. Hard working American citizens are being evicted from their homes, individuals are filing bankruptcy in record highs to stay afloat, and homes are being sold due to foreclosures that the owners are faced with. […]

Huskies Bowl Game Costs The UW Money

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Huskies Bowl Game Costs The UW Money Fight Hunger Bowl Logo As explained in this morning’s Seattle Times article on the financial aspect of the University of Washington’s appearance in tonight’s Fight Hunger Bowl, the Husky football program will likely lose money in their matchup against the Brigham Young Cougars. According to the article by Lewis […]

Mayor-Elect Murray Makes More Seattle City Appointments

 Mayor-elect Ed Murray made two additional key hires to his administration today, naming Nick Harper as director of the Office of Intergovernmental Relations, and Rosalind Brazel as press secretary. Seattle Mayor-Elect Ed Murray issued a press release announcing new appointments for his incoming administration.  Murray added Nick Harper as director of the Office of Intergovernmental […]

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