The newsletter for July has been updated with a correction. Tim Burgess was endorsed by our organization. 2011_07-July
Dear Friends and Neighbors: The second week of “Special Session” is almost complete. Some good bills have passed and sent to the Governor. Others are still being debated, reworked and the budget discussions continue. Robo calls and e-mails are still challenging the voice and e-mail systems. The most popular issues in random order are: foreclosure …
From Senator Prentice: Happy Spring, Daylight Savings time, and April Fools’ day! April 1st means there are 23 constitutional days remaining in the regular 2011 session. The recent budget forecast predicts continued declining revenues – $800 million less than expected – so the hardest work is still ahead. You can try out your ideas to …
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Join Seattle Pride for #TogetherforPride this weekend! There are great events and fun shows planned to support Pride 2020!It's day two of Together For Pride and we can't wait to get today's Seattle PrideFest events going! Remember to watch our story to stay up-to-date on today's festivities! 🌈️
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From the Washington Emergency Management Division. This is how we can keep each other safe - in the 11th LD and across Washington State!Starting this Friday, face coverings (masks) will be required statewide. Wearing face coverings will reduce the rate of #COVID19 statewide — but we all must still remain 6-feet apart if possible, wash hands and stay home whenever possible.
There are exemptions, including people with certain disabilities or health conditions, people who are deaf or hard of hearing and children under the age of 5 (though it's encouraged to have children ages 3-5 wear a covering if possible). There are also situations when you can remove your face covering, such as when seated at a restaurant or when recreating alone.
You do not need to wear a cloth face covering in your home when you are only with people in your household, or when you are alone in your car. You do not need to wear one when you are outdoors and people are far apart.
More information: coronavirus.wa.gov/information-for/you-and-your-family/face-masks-or-cloth-face-covering ...