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Pearson bill would help identify the next Oso or Mount Saint Helens Pearson bill would help identify the next Oso or Mount Saint Helens
On Thursday the Senate Natural Resources and Parks Committee held a public hearing on a measure sponsored by Sen. Kirk Pearson that would establish the Department of Natural Resources as the official depository for a library of LiDAR mapping, which would be accessible to municipalities, disaster-relief workers, builders and the...
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In the News: Arlington teen serves as a page in Olympia In the News: Arlington teen serves as a page in Olympia
Samuel Neunzig, a student at Arlington High School, recently spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Neunzig was one of 18 students who served as Senate pages for the opening week of the 2015 legislative session. Senate pages are responsible...
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Pearson pushes for new laws dealing with disaster mitigation, domestic violence, and financial crimes Pearson pushes for new laws dealing with disaster mitigation, domestic violence, and financial crimes
By: Chris Hendrickson, Monroe News | Valley News   Disaster mitigation, domestic violence, financial crimes and marijuana processing in residential zones are just a few of the items on Washington State Senator Kirk Pearson’s agenda going in the 2015 legislative session. Pearson (R-Monroe) represents the 39th Legislative District, which includes most...
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Pearson bill goes after illegal ‘skimming’ of personal information Pearson bill goes after illegal ‘skimming’ of personal information
On Tuesday the Senate Law and Justice Committee held a public hearing on a measure sponsored by Sen. Kirk Pearson that would make it harder for identity thieves to use increasingly-sophisticated “skimming” technology to acquire access to victims’ personal financial information. “Identity theft is a horrible crime that can follow...
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