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Washington State University,

at Pullman; land-grant and state supported; chartered 1890, opened 1892 as an agriculture college. From 1905 to 1959 it was the State College of Washington. The university's College of Agriculture carries on important agricultural research and instruction throughout the state. The school's other facilities include centers for electron microscopy and environmental research.
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Luke Falk, Washington State's quarterback, is one of the best in the country and belongs in the Heisman Trophy conversation.
The associations estimate Washington State's total infrastructure needs to be over $190 billion.
The WTO held that a reduction in Washington state's business and occupancy (B&O) tax rate for future 777X revenues is inconsistent with the WTO agreements.
In Washington state, a team of four University of Washington economists -- Anirban Basu, Norma Coe, David Grembowski and Larry Kessler -- has tried to measure how political polarization might affect consumer interest in Washington state's state-based Washington Healthplanfinder exchange, in a paper published behind a paywall at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
(NASDAQ: STSA) subsidiary Sterling Bank was named one of Washington state's top corporate philanthropists at the Puget Sound Business Journal's annual "Corporate Citizenship Awards" luncheon.
Access to family planning and reduction of unintended pregnancy are long-standing priorities for Washington State's Department of Health (DOH) and Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS).
Washington state may increase organic farm fees: The Associated Press reports that Washington state's organic farmers and food processors, harvesting the financial rewards of escalating demand, could face increased certification fees under a proposal being considered by the state Department of Agriculture.
But before entering ed he was in Washington State's Legislature for three years as a staff person for the Senate Education Committee.
Washington State's Supreme Court has said it will study the ruling.
RCW and the state ombudsman program filed the suit because members expressed concern that using feeding assistants would diminish the quality of care for nursing home residents and make it more likely that they will suffer injury or death, according to Kary Hyre, Washington state's ombudsman in Federal Way, Wash.
The authors draw on newspaper accounts, articles, and oral histories to provide this account of Washington State's Jewish residents.
Joshua Davey met the requirements for Washington state's college-scholarship program: He graduated in the top 15 percent of his class at University High School in Spokane in 1999, and also came from a family with a modest income.

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