*** REGIONAL NEWS FROM WEDNESDAY ***
+ KING-5 TV: ‘It’s frustrating’: Hundreds of Washington workers could lose jobs despite having vaccine exemptions – More than 1,700 employees who were granted COVID-19 vaccine exemptions could lose their jobs because agencies cannot accommodate them with non-public positions.
+ Yelm High School: Bounty for Families Launches ‘LEARNERS WITHOUT LIMITS’ to Support Students
+ South Sound Business: CERB to Invest Over $10M in Rural County Projects [i.e. rural broadband projects in Thurston County]
*** NATIONAL NEWS FROM WEDNESDAY ***
National Post: (Canada): Refugee family that helped hide Edward Snowden in Hong Kong arrives in Canada – The Sri Lankan family were admitted half a decade after they first applied for asylum in this country
*** VIRUS NEWS FROM WEDNESDAY ***
*** TRUMP NEWS FROM WEDNESDAY ***
NBC News: Jan. 6 committee subpoenas rally organizers, Trump allies – The panel demands that they give their sworn depositions on varying dates from late October to early November.
MSNBC’s Maddow Blog: In court case, Giuliani shed new light on the Big Lie’s origins – Rudy Giuliani confirmed under oath that when he peddled election conspiracy theories, he didn’t check to learn whether they were true.
MSNBC’s Opinions: Trump had ‘Cats’ and ‘Phantom of the Opera’ played to soothe him, a new book claims – Trump has long loved Andrew Lloyd Webber. His staff members used that to their advantage.