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September 19, 2018

Politics, quality of place kick off full day of Policy Summit

It was a morning of data – political trends, growth management, business changes and the future of infrastructure across the state – to illustr...
By: Bobbi Cussins   Comments: 0
September 18, 2018

UW, WSU presidents say cooperation, investment help Washington thrive

CLE ELUM – Great universities are critical to the overall health of a state’s economy and building a strong foundation for Washington’s futur...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
September 12, 2018

Former U.S. Rep. Nethercutt, Politico Editor John Harris to headline Policy Summit

AWB’s upcoming Policy Summit will offer unique insights into the 2018 midterm elections with a strong lineup of guest speakers with state and nat...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
September 11, 2018

Detailing the differences: Paid Sick Leave and Paid Family and Medical Leave

The voter-approved Paid Sick Leave program, run by the state Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) that took effect in January, is...
By: Bobbi Cussins   Comments: 0
September 7, 2018

Workforce challenge front and center at AWB Policy Summit

We can’t find workers. They won’t show up on time. They can’t pass a drug test. We don’t get enough applicants. Nobody wants to work the tr...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
August 24, 2018

Policy Summit offers connections, insights for Washington employers

AWB’s 2018 Policy Summit is right around the corner and will offer fantastic networking and practical information for employers and entrepreneurs...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
August 17, 2018

Federal Affairs Summit creates new connections between delegation, employers

AWB’s first stand-alone Federal Affairs Summit cut through the noise and created new connections between Washington’s congressional delegation...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
August 14, 2018

Washington's congressional delegates call for trade policy reform, not tariffs

There are legitimate concerns with U.S. trade policy, and room for improvement. But starting a trade war with escalating rounds of tariffs is not t...
By: Andrew Lenderman   Comments: 0
August 14, 2018

Infrastructure investments may be on the table in 2019

Seven of Washington’s U.S. House and Senate members addressed the key issue of federal infrastructure spending at AWB's second-annual Federal Aff...
By: Bobbi Cussins   Comments: 0
August 14, 2018

Gorton shares insight, prediction on U.S. Supreme Court

As Washington state’s attorney general, Slade Gorton argued 14 cases in front of the U.S Supreme Court. Later as a U.S. Senator for 18 years, he...
By: Jason Hagey   Comments: 0

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