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1. State history. Politics. Democratic Party, State of Washington. Primaries & Candidates. Campaigns. 1931-10-27 State history. Politics. Democratic Party, State of Washington. Primaries & Candidates. Campaigns. 1931-10-27 Northwest, Pacific--History--20th century; Northwest, Pacific--Politics and government--20th century; Democratic Party (Wash.); Starr,George E. Democratic organization and campaign plans for 1932 was the subject of a conference here today between state democratic chairman George E. Starr and southwestern Washington members of the democratic state...

2. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-10 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-10 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; taxes; education; sales tax; income tax; road construction; A. A. Kelly; House Agricultural Committee County can continue rodent control program as of last year. Hold hearing on school code. Taxation and education, two subjects of the greatest importance to all the people of the state, are being taken...

3. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-01 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-01 State history. Legislation and legislators. Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; appropriations; American Legion; State Represenatative E. H. Guie of Washington; taxes; higher education Americanization plan for lumber camps, carrying $120,000 is killed. Taxes must be cut. Speaker Guie tells members legislature must curb useless state indebtedness. Capital punishment for all appropriations...

4. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-13 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-13 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; appropriations; state deficit; higher education; James J. Davis; W. W. Sherman Institutions out of money for rest of biennium. Estimate is cut. Appropriations committee must provide sum in making up levy. The legislative appropriations committee will have to provide, in making up...

5. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-09 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-09 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; Governor Louis F. Hart of Washington; civil administration; L. D. McArdle; C. S. Gleason; Mark E. Reed; Dr. P. H. Carlyon; salaries Pay to range from $4000 to $5000 is indication. Plan ceremony. House and senate leaders, drafters of bill to witness signature. Names are discussed. Governor seeks advice on choosing elective officers...

6. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-10 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-10 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; E. H. Guie; State Senator Howard D. Taylor of Washington; State Senator William J. Sutton of Washington Slate calls for Guie for Speaker of Lower House. Clerks chosen. Taylor will be president pro tem of senate, program reads. Wheels well oiled. First few days of session will be largely formalities--no fireworks...

7. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-27 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-27 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; reclamation board; State Senator Fred W. Loomis of Washington; State Senator H. D. McMillen of Washington Ordered in bill. Joint resolution requires full investigation by inquiry board. Would sit as court. Some of committeemen prefer to act only as judges--procedure not settled. Attorneys for the American...

8. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-28 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-01-28 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; higher education; Farmer-Labor party; Governor Louis F. Hart of Washington Automobile owners will have to take out ten months licenses on or before February 28 if Governor Hart signs H. B. 70, which has been passed by the senate. The bill provides for changing the automobile...

9. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-03 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-03 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; licensing; Governor Louis F. Hart of Washington; higher education Would make automobile year correspond with calendar year. Proposed millage for higher education 2.835. No life imprisonment for murder. Cement mill recommended. Automobile owners will have to take out...

10. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-12 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-12 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; State Senator W. Lon Johnson of Washington; Chief Justice Stephen J. Chadwick; S. B. L Penrose; State Senator C. E. Myers of Washington New measures have features of three others offered. Keep principle. Elector required to state party affiliation at registration. Powers are defined. Committees given right to fill vacancies--candidates...

11. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-01 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-01 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; appropriations; higher education; State Representative E. H. Guie of Washington; Mark E. Reed Sentiment is emphatically shown in killing of Americanization Bill. Education craze rapped. Speakers criticize multiplicity of studies and extremes of university extension. The first test o the majority...

12. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-16 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-16 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; marriage; State Senator R. A. Hutchinson of Washington; State Senator William J. Sutton of Washington Hutchinson asks reconsideration when one of his bills is defeated. Pass license measure. Loomis plan to regular real estate dealers adopted with only seven opposing votes. Senator R. A. Hutchinson of Spokane...

13. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-02 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-02 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; taxes; E. H. Guie; higher education House rules committee cuts off $600,000 provided for state body. Normal schools hit. Centralia claim starts sentiment for centering instruction at state institutions. Speaker Guie tonight made public the...

14. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-07 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1921-02-07 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; taxes; deficits; State Represenatative James H. Davis of Washington Seldom in the legislative history of Washington have senators and representatives given more serious consideration to legislative problems than they did last week.

15. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1927-02-24 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1927-02-24 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; State Senator Edward C. Finch of Washington; State Senator Walter J. Taylor of Washington; railways Finch plan is supported in upper house at Olympia. The Finch bill allowing port districts to build railways, passed the senate of the Washington legislature by a vote of 22 to 17 with three absent after...

16. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1935-03-04 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1935-03-04 Northwest history; Legislation; Legislators; Politics; Government; Liquor by the drink bill; Highway code; Tax exempt food In Worst Mixup in State's History, Belief. 10 Working Days. Only 35 Measures Out of 1003 Introduced Have Been Passed. Vital Bills Pending. New Majority Is Formed in Senate in Effort to Speed Up Work.

17. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-07-24 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-07-24 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; proposed legislation; amendments; elections To be voted on November 3, 1936. In obedience to the State Constitution, and the several Joint Resolutions of the State Legislature hereinafter referred to, there is hereby published, for the consideration...

18. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-02-05 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1937-02-05 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; bills introduced; state newspaper; State Represenative George T. Greig of Washington; apportionment; education ; Bill at Olympia wants to change system of financing schools of state. Wild-eyed schemes are coming to the fore to strike all kinds of business--many doomed. Now that the session is getting well under way...

19. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-11-26 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-11-26 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; initiatives; elections; Secretary of State Ernest N. Hutchinson of Washington Eastern Washington counties gave initiatives and referendums on the November ballot roughter handling than western areas, a survey of general election results, filed with Secretary of State E. N. Hutchinson,...

20. State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-11-12 State history. Legislation and legislators. 1936-11-12 Northwest history; legislation; legislators; politics; government; elections; state legislature; commentaries; proposed legislation Post mortems at hand. Vote straight ticket. Race on for speakership. Smash chain store tax. To ask salaries restored. Now that the elections are over, the days of the post mortems are at hand.
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