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* Thurston erasing thousands of drug possession convictions,
* CDC says three feet between students is often enough,
* WA. nursing homes can safely resume indoor visits!

“Tenino Revives Famous Wooden Scrip for New COVID Program”
Credit: South Sound Business


+ JOLT News: Thurston County justice system starts to erase thousands of drug possession convictions

+ City of Yelm: Yelm has a new and improved citizen request portal to report a pothole or sidewalk repair issue.

+ KING-5 TV: COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanding by 2 million Washington residents on March 31

+ KING-5 TV: Washington nursing homes allowed to safely resume indoor visits

+ The Olympian: Washington Center is the only local theater scheduling events under Phase 3 rules

+ The Olympian: Plant-based dry foods being made in Lacey, beverage plant expands


+ Truthout: Biden Administration Hit Goal of 100 Million Vaccines Administered 42 Days Early

+ The Washington Post: CDC says three feet between students is often enough, a change that paves the way for more in-person instruction

+ CNBC: NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer says he’s finally feeling ‘so much hope’ about a Covid recovery

+ The Intercept: Drugmakers Promise Investors They’ll Soon Hike Covid-19 Vaccine Prices

+ KING-5 TV: Scientist behind coronavirus shot says next target is cancer


CNBC: Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen meets with Manhattan DA for 8th time

The New Yorker’s Jayne Mayer: Can Cyrus Vance, Jr., Nail Trump? Insiders say that the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation has dramatically intensified since the former President left office. “It’s like night and day,” says one. According to another, “They mean business.”

CBS News: Prosecutors question ex-wife of the son of Trump Organization CFO

Politico: Mary Trump has her next act — and believes her uncle’s guilty of sedition

CNBC: Trump’s Mar-a-Lago partially closed due to COVID outbreak [Ed. note: Of course, as no masks are required.]

Posted by Steve on March 20, 2021 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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  1. Blake Decision
    If we believe that one is “innocent until proven guilty,” then the Blake decision was a long time coming.

    And although, “Obviously there are several crimes that just relate back to drug use and drug abuse,” said Simper(Sheriff’s Office Lt.), who added later: “By making those arrests, you were able to curtail other crimes that resulted from it,” the principle of the rule of law must prevail.

    Comment by Carlos Perez on March 20, 2021 at 9:56 pm

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