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Washington's historic movie houses are cozying up to the idea of serving patrons beer and wine to go with their pizza and popcorn.
Low-wage workers who are looking to climb up the career ladder may gain a new resource to help improve their skills and marketability if a bill lingering in a House committee moves on to gain support from legislators on final passage
For students enrolled in aerospace-industry courses at Renton Technical College, a bill proposed in the Legislature to extend the Aerospace Training Student Loan Program (ALP), if passed, could alleviate some of the stress of paying for tuition.
They may not qualify to attend an R-rated movie, but soon 16-year-olds in Washington State could register to vote.