Three new sessions of ScaleUp: The Rebuild Edition free business trainings scheduled

Washington Department of Commerce

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“ScaleUp: The Rebuild Edition,” an education and training partnership between the Washington State Department of Commerce and Thurston Economic Development Council, has scheduled three new eight-week course tracks for small businesses interested in achieving exponential growth as the economy reopens.

Be Smoke Ready! Protecting your health during wildfire season

Washington State Department Of Health

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It’s Smoke Ready Week! And time to prepare for wildfire season and the smoke that comes along with it. Wildfire smoke seasons can be unpredictable. In some years, the smoke is very bad, but in other years it’s not. It’s always best to be prepared and “smoke ready” to protect ourselves and our families. Smoke ready means having the knowledge and ability to stay safe and healthy during periods of poor air quality due to smoke from fires.

California vaping company will pay $375,000 to resolve lawsuit over illegal sales into Washington state

Washington State Office Of Attorney General Bob Furguson

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Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a legally binding agreement with a California-based company that was caught in a sweep of online vaping retailers. The company, E-Juice Vapor Inc., will pay $375,000 to resolve a lawsuit Ferguson brought in August 2020 after its initial refusal to cooperate with the investigation.

Google will pay more than $423,000 over repeated violations of Washington campaign finance law

Washington State Attorney General's Office

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Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today Google will pay $423,659.76to Washington’s Public Disclosure Transparency Account for violating the state’s campaign finance disclosure law, which Washingtonians adopted by initiative in 1972.


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