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New York Times – For Personal-Injury Lawyer, Michael Pollan’s Book Is Worth Fighting For

The Chronicle of Higher Education – Washington State U. Reinstates ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’ as Common-Reading Choice

The Daily Evergreen – The Donation revives Common Reading

Seattle Business Journal – E. coli lawyer solves WSU ‘Dilemma’

As Kenneth Vogel of the News Tribune reported in his article Initiatives have early momentum; November: Four committees have raised $130,000-plus, four initiative committees this week reported raising more than $130,000 each – a sign that the measures they’re supporting have a legitimate shot at appearing on the November ballot.

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This morning, Richard Roesler of the Spokesman Review reported that Locke may kill funding for Riverpoint project, which would spend $31.6 million this year to build the shell of a combination library, classroom and office building at Washington State University’s downtown Riverpoint campus.

But Locke, who months ago proposed $6.6 million toward the project,

As Becky Kramer reported for the Spokesman Review in her article Campaign launched for education trust fund, with more than 200,000 signatures to collect by July 2, the League of Education Voters is starting to fire up its initiative campaign. After a year of collecting input from parents, educators, business people and community members

I left Pullman in the spring of 1982 with bachelor’s degrees in English, economics and political science with the goal of never looking back.

But, similar to many students who have made that vow, I did come back – more often than ever since 1997 when Gov. Gary Locke appointed me to the WSU Board of Regents.Continue Reading Bill’s Keynote Address at Washington State University’s