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The first case of COVID-19 in Washington state was reported Jan. 20. In an attempt to slow the virus spread, the state virtually shut down on March 23. The governor’s “Stay at Home” order was to last just two weeks, but was extended to May 31 — and it forever changed the world of work. Compa…

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September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Held annually since 2004, National Preparedness Month offers an opportunity to remind ourselves, our neighbors, and family members what it means to be prepared before disaster strikes.

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With unemployment rates at levels not seen since the Great Depression, how much help is available to workers who have been affected? It varies tremendously from state to state. And no state has a better safety net than Washington, according to a new report from Oxfam America, a nonprofit that works to alleviate poverty. Washington’s […]

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