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’Thin’ network health plan responds

Refunds are coming to some Washington purchasers of national health plan. The money ($150,000) will be going to at least 476 consumers who purchased coverage from Coordinated Care Corp.

December 2017

Business reactions to Tax Reform vote

Companies large and small rolled out positive endorsements for today's Congressional action to stimulate the economy and reshuffle the allocation of which Americans pay federal taxes – and how much is the levy.

December 2017

Record sign-ups for state health program

More Washingtonians than ever signed up for the government administered health plan marketplace through its first deadline on Friday, Dec. 15.

December 2017

Kent man charged in consumer scams

An unlicensed contractor is facing criminal charges in South King County, even as he already owes $84,000 in fines, unpaid employee wages and workers' compensation premiums.

December 2017

Thurston pharmacy tech suspended

Alleged personal use of a controlled substance intended for a patient as well as alcohol impairment during work hours has cost a Thurston County pharmacy technician her credential to work.

December 2017

L&I charges dropping in 2018

As predicted last September, 2018 workers' compensation insurance rates will go down a bit in the new year. The state agency that manages the insurance plan announced today an average 2.5 percent reduction starting January 1, 2018.

November 2017

Transit support group forms in Congress

Local and regional public transportation networks have hailed the formation of an in-Congress support group to argue for greater federal investments in transit systems. InterCity Transit in Olympia is among the supporters.

November 2017

State health exchange use soaring

Interest in 2018 health insurance plans up 43% over first four weeks, compared to same period in 2016. State's un-insured rate is now at all-time low of 6 percent.

November 2017

Thurston County: ‘Thanks, Realtors’

Local real estate professionals' efforts to maintain an historic pioneer cemetery earned plaudits from county officials this week.

November 2017

Familiar leader to return to TPU

As its long-time top executive retires, Tacoma Public Utilities is looking to a former division director to take over in an interim role.

November 2017
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