A year after liquor privatization, it looks as though state and local governments are getting more revenue, and customers are paying more. Above, warehouse worker Patouli Siliga fills orders at Southern Wine & Spirits' facility in Puyallup. The distributor sold 57 percent of the liquor in Washington last year.
Inspectors believe 95 percent of Washington's bridges are in good health, but that still leaves hundreds of aging spans that could collapse in a bad confluence of events.
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Higher education delivers results for the state: ideas, graduates and tax revenues. Yes, these are rich dividends for relatively modest state investments.Lance Dickie: "The multiplier effect of skimping on higher education"
Seems to me there was talk about 4 years ago about stimulus, shovel ready jobs, roads and bridges. This seems to qualify and since billions of stimulus money has yet to be spent, it's time for Obama to get our his credit card... seeing it's our money anyway.Comment by "the dufferz" on "Vulnerable bridges not so rare in state"
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