WA - Minimum Wage Increase
Washington's minimum wage for next yearwill likely climb to over $9 an hour when the figure is...
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WA Lawmakers Want To Monitor Repeat Drunk Drivers
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington lawmakers are hoping to give final approval today to legislation that monitor repeat drunk drivers. The Senate yesterday approved a revised proposal that would require interlock devices in vehicles of people with a second DUI offense. The state would also begin a pilot program to conduct daily alcohol monitoring on a person convicted twice under the DUI law.