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Anyone who wants to go to a restaurant, movie theater, gym or concert venue in D.C. will have to show proof of vaccination starting Saturday, Jan. 15.  The new rules will let people show proof using their vaccine card, a digital copy or a verification app such as VaxYes or CLEAR Health Pass.  Capital One […]

From new taxes to voting rights to minimum wage, a host of new laws are now in effect in Washington state. Here’s a look at how things will change in the Evergreen State in 2022. CAPITAL GAINS INCOME TAX Beginning Jan. 1, the controversial capital gains income tax is set to become effective. It levies […]

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., speaks during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images The new year could be a pivotal one for tech policy — if Congress can move to act before the […]

Professor Bill Ouchi (pronounced OH-chi) of the UCLA Anderson School of Management, is an expert in organizational design and a pioneer in the empirical study of K-12 public school management. On January 22, 150 people gathered in downtown Seattle for the official WPC Center for Education kick-off luncheon. Professor Bill Ouchi is a professor at […]

Picture: Downtown Montpelier. Picture by Richardson Pictures. A matter of perspective: Sturdy economic system, downtowns are vibrant. And. Discovering employees is hard, and the county wants extra housing. by Olga Peters, Vermont Enterprise Journal Washington County’s economic system is booming. It has a strong actual property market, and communities have weathered COVID higher than anticipated. However doing enterprise in […]