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Lead testing: King County takes steps in exposure screening - Seattle Times Letter by Councilmember Kohl-Welles

Women as Political Change Agents: From the late 1800's to the Present — Shoreline News

Seattle Maritime Academy opens new state-of-the-art facility at Ballard campus – Ballard News-Tribune

County Council approves “transformative” implementation plan for Best Starts for Kids – Highline Times

County Council Approves Implementation Plan For Best Starts For Kids Initiative – Seattle Medium

King County Council recognizes National Recovery Month — Woodinville Weekly

King County Council approves funding plan for Best Starts for Kids programs – Kirkland Reporter

Kohl-Welles: Liquor and Cannabis Board responds to call for testing of legal marijuana for pesticides — Shoreline News

Random tests for pesticides in pot to begin – Seattle Times

Council committee approves blueprint for Best Start for Kids — Covington Reporter

Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan for voter approved levy sent to full County Council — Shoreline News

Measures to prevent lead poisoning in King County — Covington Reporter

County Council Committee Approves Blueprint For Best Starts For Kids – Seattle Medium

County Council looking to keep pesticides out of pot — Renton Reporter

Council committee discusses steps to keep pesticides out of cannabis — Covington Reporter

County Council adopts motion calling for steps to protect public from lead poisoning — Shoreline Area News

King County Council approves measure to help prevent lead poisoning – Kent Reporter

County Council passes additional measures to protect from lead poisoning – Renton Reporter

King County Council committee discusses steps to keep pesticides out of cannabis — B-Town Blog

Proposed Legislation Would Keep Pesticides Out Of Cannabis – Seattle Medium

County Council committee discusses prohibited pesticides testing at marijuana stores – Kent Reporter

King County considers making pot get checked for pesticides – Spokesman-Review

King County wants to test pot for illegal pesticides – KOMO-TV

King County considers making pot get checked for pesticides – KIRO Radio

King County ordinance would protect consumers from pesticides in pot – KIRO-TV

King County wants to test pot for illegal pesticides — Seattle PI

King County ordinance would protect consumers from pesticides in pot – KIRO-TV

King County Council Member Wants a Testing Program for Banned Pesticides in Recreational Weed – The Stranger

Marijuana regulations: DEA has misguided and harmful policies — Seattle Times letter from Councilmember Kohl-Welles

Lead testing: King County takes steps in exposure screening — Letter to the Editor, Seattle Times

United Indians getting donated county van — Queen Anne News

Sobeck receives county’s MLK Medal — Queen Anne News

State must enforce safe standards for pesticide use in marijuana production — Op-Ed, Seattle Times

Vouchers little help if landlords reject them — Olympian Editorial 

Jeanne Kohl-Welles looks back at her life in politics (so far) — Ballard News-Tribune 

Moving on to continue service — Queen Anne News 

Moving on to continue service — City Living 

 

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Kohl-Welles

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206-477-1004

TTY/TDD:
206-296-1024

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206-296-0198