Re-Engineering Tech Worker Apathy

From Seattle Weekly‘s Ellis Conklin: Electoral data from the 7th District would seem to back up Hartmann’s frank assessment of tech-worker apathy […]  That’s because the electorate in Queen Anne and Magnolia are older and vote in much greater numbers,…

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How I-594 bridged the urban-suburban divide

A bipartisan legislature in Olympia couldn’t get background checks passed, but bipartisan agreement among the people finally did. Washington’s successful gun control ballot measure (I-594), which requires background checks on all gun sales, was enthusiastically supported by liberals, but it…

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