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* A year after George Floyd’s murder, what’s changed in WA.?
* Europe’s highest human rights court: UK mass surveillance unlawful ,
* SDNY Prosecutor in Trump criminal probe convenes grand jury!

“Washington is the nation’s best state for millennials”
Mt. Baker is seen some 85 miles distant behind the Space Needle under clear skies at sunset Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.

Credit: Elaine Thompson, AP


+ The Olympian: Washington is the nation’s best state for millennials, report says. Here’s why

+ The Olympian: Thurston County reports 316 total cases in past week amid high disease activity – The county health officer said a large portion of new cases are appearing among younger age groups.

+ NVN: Yelm Expands Capacity to Help Animals in Need

+ JOLT News: Catalytic converter cutting crook caught, police say, arrested Monday in Yelm on suspicion of criminal trespassing.

+ The Olympian: Port of Olympia’s McGregor set to say farewell after 15 years on the commission – Two people have filed to run for the District 2 seat: Jessie W. Simmons and Bob Iyall.

+ JOLT News: 2021 Thurston County Fair Cancelled – 4-H and Future Farmers of America participants can showcase their work in a closed fair, according to the Thurston County Fair Board.

+ ABC News: US cuts Mexico’s aviation safety rating, curbing new flights. The United States is downgrading Mexico’s aviation-safety rating due to lack of oversight standards of its airlines, yet do not mean that the airlines are unsafe. [Ed. note: Delta Airlines owns a part-interest in AeroMexico with a major marketing/cooperation agreement that will be impacted.]

+ South Sound Business: Olympia Farmers Market Announces Partnerships for Solar Energy Effort

+ JOLT News: A year after George Floyd’s murder, what’s changed in Washington state?


KING-5 TV: No, there is no evidence bamboo fibers were in Arizona 2020 presidential election ballots

KING-5 TV: CDC investigates rare heart problem in young COVID-19 vaccine recipients, some in Washington

The Washington Post: Fact check: How the Wuhan lab-leak theory for pandemic origin suddenly became credible

Big Brother Watch: UK mass surveillance found unlawful by Europe’s highest human rights court – “Human rights judgment follows legal challenge begun in 2013 after Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing revelations [Ed. note: Snowden has been vindicated yet again for his courageous whilstleblowing!]

ABC-15 TV: Appropriations Committee votes to strip Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs of roles


The Washington Post: Prosecutor in Trump criminal probe convenes grand jury to hear evidence, weigh potential charges

The Washington Post: Justice Dept. releases part of internal memo on not charging Trump in Russia probe

MSNBC’s Michael Steele: Trump’s stranglehold on the GOP is a death trap for American democracy

The New York Times: Long After Trump’s Loss, a Push to Inspect Ballots Persists

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