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Administrators and student food activists at Western Washington University recently agreed to the goal of having the university spend at least 25 percent of its dining hall food budget on locally sourced, sustainable farm products by 2020. "It's certainly doable, and it's going to be a lot of work," said Rosa Rice-Pelepko, an environmental studies sophomore from Shoreline who is vice president of Students for Sustainable Foods at Western. Comment?
Operations manager Jared Apfel describes the various plant types during a tour at the Doc & Yeti Urban Farms' facility in Tumwater. The city of Tumwater and its urban growth area could have a new slogan: Instead of "It's the water," once famously associated with the former brewery, it could be "It's the bud." Comment?
A dozen students kneel before Cliff Lenderman as he leads an evening martial arts class, pausing for a lesson that has little to do with kicks or punches. The scene unfolds during a Monday night class at Lenderman's Academy of Martial Arts in Parkland. Comment?
A bill that would have changed Washington state's deadly force statute died in committee Friday, when members of the House Public Safety opted to recommend measures to collect data and form a task force to study the issue instead. Friday marked policy cutoff in the Legislature, meaning most policy bills needed to receive committee approval by the end of the day to advance in the 2016 legislative session. Comment?
Olympia Attorney Heather Burgess is set to be included in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in two areas: environmental law and environmental litigation. For inclusion in the 2016 publication, 6.7 million votes were analyzed. Comment?
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