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Budget Beat is Back With Jordan Schrader of TNT

Posted by bens at Jan 10, 2014 05:00 PM |
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Join us for the first Budget Beat call of the 2014 legislative session on Friday, January 17th, from noon to 12:30 p.m. Jordan Schrader of the Tacoma News Tribune will be on the call to help us preview what to expect this year in Olympia.

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About Budget Beat

During the legislative session we'll be hosting regular calls to bring you important updates from Olympia, timely policy analysis, and useful resources to keep you informed and help you make an impact. 

On each call we:

  • Provide legislative updates and breaking news from Olympia
  • Highlight a relevant policy issue or legislative proposal
  • Encourage participants to share information, resources and upcoming events

Click here to register for the next Budget Beat call: Friday January 17th, noon to 12:30 p.m.

Check out our Budget Beat page with archives of past calls and additional resources.
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