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A national association of food and beverage companies will pay $6 million to Washington state and $3 million to two food charities and apologize for violating campaign finance laws in opposing a GMO-labeling initiative in 2013.
The Washington Supreme Court has upheld a record $18 million fine against a food industry trade group for campaign finance reporting violations committed in 2013. The group had opposed an initiative aimed at requiring special labels on some foods that had GMO ingredients.
LONG BEACH — People who like dressing up are being offered a chance to travel back in time next month.
The Washington Supreme Court will hear arguments Sept. 28 on whether an $18 million fine against food companies for illegal campaign activities was a politically motivated assault on political speech.
There’s a renewed appreciation of the role newspapers and other news media play in keeping America and local communities healthy.
I tender this letter in response to two items that appeared in the July 7th edition of the Chinook Observer.
OLYMPIA — Legislation that would help struggling property owners in co-ops, homeowners associations (HOAs), condominium buildings, and other c…
An association of food and drink makers will continue to fight a record $18 million fine levied against it for concealing the names of companies that spent heavily in 2013 to defeat a GMO-labeling initiative in Washington.