Climate change: The debate now is about how we adapt
THE science is clear: The climate is changing and human activity is the major contributor. Rather than debating the existence and causes of climate change, as the state Senate recently did, the question before Washington’s residents and, importantly, our Legislature is what are we going to do about it?
Registration is open for the second WINGS conference, continuing the dialog started August 5, 2015, when more than 200 stakeholders met in Wenatchee, Washington. The second WINGS Conference will bring together professionals and lay persons[...]
Seniors Decide 2016 is a forum developed by the Leadership Council of Aging Organizations to provide a fair and unbiased platform for sharing the views of candidates for President of the United States on policies and programs affecting older Americans. The 72 member organizations that make up the LCAO
This document comprises the first requirement of the Committee: an addendum report due to the legislature by December 10, 2015. The second requirement mandates that the Committee issue final recommendations by December 10, 2016. As required by ESSB 6052, the addendum report to the legislature must include
Mariana Cooper, 86,with her granddaughter, Amy Lecoq, 39. Ms. Cooper was bilked out of much of her savings by someone she considered a friend. Credit Ruth Fremson/The New York Times With 10,000 people turning 65 every day for the next decade, a growing pool of retirees are susceptible to such exploitation.