Hey Cola Readers. So, we've been crashing on endorsements all day. Stay tuned. We start rolling them out tomorrow.
Luckily, the other news sites were on top of it today, although the PI's Strange Bedfellows was five days late on our Morning Fizz item a
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1) Your daily Morning Fizz.
2) KOMOCola: ECB on the tunnel!
3) Dan Bertolet's Last Night: a photo journey through the evening.
4) Cary Moon, Director of the Peoples' Waterfront Coalition, studies the tunnel DEIS , and shares some of her fi
In addition to the PI's big piece on McKenna, it's all invaluable stuff at the the region's political news blogs today including the TVW voters' guide and a run down on this year's initiatives—like who's funding them and what they'll really do.
The second of four budget forums for the Governor's Taskforce on Transforming Washington's Budget brought suggestions on what should be cut, what should be kept, and in some cases of cases, what previously cut spending should be resurrected.
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1) Your daily Morning Fizz—with some revealing video!
2) A highlight from the PubliCalendar: Transportation issues are hot this week.
3) Brendan Williams calls B.S. on the conventional wisdom about Frank Chopp's "must have" tunnel provision
Democrat upstart Nick Harper, who's challenging incumbent Democratic state senator Jean Berkey (D-38, Everett), isn't just running a door-knocking, grassroots campaign, he has friends with money as well.
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1) Your daily Morning Fizz!
2) KOMO Cola: Check it out Friday.
3) Extra Fizz!
4) Patty Murray defends herself over unemployment insurance against Josh's claims that she's a hypocrite.
5) Surprise! Mayor McGinn expresses his doubts about t
Sen. Patty Murray, GOP candidate Dino Rossi, and Sen. Maria Cantwell all have their own interpretations of the big finance reform bill. Murray says it's great. Rossi says it's stinks. Cantwell says it's, well, better than it was before.
King County employees could face tougher restrictions on overtime, no automatic cost-of-living pay increases, and slightly higher health-care costs. The changes are an effort to chip away at the $60M budget deficit.
GOP state Senate candidate Gregg Bennett talks with PubliColaTV about: his race against incumbent Democratic state Sen. Rodney Tom; education Reform; the State's budget woes; the business climate; and more on PubliColaTV.