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Vancouver Port Commissioner Compares Climate Activists to Confederate Soldiers

Vancouver Port Commissioner Compares Climate Activists to Confederate Soldiers

Commission Oliver's backwards ideas belong in the 1860's with his Confederate ancestors.

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May 11: Paint the Town Blue with Fuse!

May 11: Paint the Town Blue with Fuse!

As we ramp up for a monumental campaign season, we invite you to party like a progressive at Fuse's 5th annual spring fundraiser. Click here to reserve your tickets now!

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Sen. Andy Billig Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Sen. Andy Billig Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Fuse Washington named Senator Andy Billig (D-Spokane) as the Legislator of the Week for the last week of the regular session for his work on election transparency.

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 Rep. Mia Gregerson Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Mia Gregerson Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Gregerson (D-SeaTac) Is Leading Efforts to Close the Big Oil Tax Loophole

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Rep. Christine Kilduff Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Christine Kilduff Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Kilduff (D-University Place) Is A Leading Advocate in Olympia for Veterans and Military Families

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Rep. Laurie Jinkins Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Laurie Jinkins Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Fuse Washington named Rep. Laurie Jinkins (D-Tacoma) as the Legislator of the Week for her leadership protecting transgender people's safety and privacy.

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Rep. Luis Moscoso Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Luis Moscoso Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Fuse named Rep. Luis Moscoso (D-Bothell) as the Legislator of the Week for his work to to ensure all communities are represented in local government.

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Rep. Tana Senn Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. Tana Senn Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Fuse named Rep. Tana Senn D-Mercer Island) as the Legislator of the Week for her work on equal pay for women

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Haters Gonna Hate: Washington Republicans' 6 hateful bills

Haters Gonna Hate: Washington Republicans' 6 hateful bills

Instead of finding solutions for students, here are a few other ideas Republicans are working on.

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Rep. June Robinson Earns Legislator of the Week Award

Rep. June Robinson Earns Legislator of the Week Award

"Rep. June Robinson is a leading advocate for increasing accountability and transparency in the legislature."

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GIF of Tim Eyman's reaction to I-1366 being overturned

GIF of Tim Eyman's reaction to I-1366 being overturned

You're welcome.

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20 GOP Legislators Copy ALEC's Stand Your Ground legislation

20 GOP Legislators Copy ALEC's Stand Your Ground legislation

We should learn from the tragic and deadly mistakes of states like Florida, not copy and paste their worst ideas into our laws.

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Fuse 2015 Election Wrap-Up: What a night!

Fuse 2015 Election Wrap-Up: What a night!

Progressives in cities and counties across Washington won big in the election on Tuesday.

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Jane Hague's Husband Uses Shell Companies to Funnel Cash to Her Campaign

Jane Hague's Husband Uses Shell Companies to Funnel Cash to Her Campaign

At least 14 companies tied to Hague's husband have made a contribution to her King County Council re-election campaign.

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Why We Can't Support Carbon Washington's I-732

Why We Can't Support Carbon Washington's I-732

We've taken a wait and see approach to these competing initiatives about global warming pollution, until now.

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The Air We Breathe

The Air We Breathe

The inconvenient truth about race, income, and our environment.

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The Three Biggest Lies Told About Planned Parenthood

The Three Biggest Lies Told About Planned Parenthood

Saw the videos? Now get the rest of the story.

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Fuse Endorsements for the 2015 Election

Fuse Endorsements for the 2015 Election

We're proud to support these outstanding candidates and look forward to helping them win in November

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The 2015 Legislative Session: What Happened?

The 2015 Legislative Session: What Happened?

After a record 177 days and three special sessions, the legislature is wrapping up its work on most major issues for the year. So what happened?

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Wanted: Two Reasonable Republicans

Wanted: Two Reasonable Republicans

Is this really the legacy they want to leave? The choice is theirs, but the clock is ticking.

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The Millionaire Coalition Caucus

The Millionaire Coalition Caucus

Half of the Senate Republicans have a net worth of $1 million or more. Despite having benefited from our schools, roads, and other public infrastructure, they steadfastly oppose a capital gains tax on the wealthiest few to fund education. The Senate Republicans' opposition to this proposal is particularly noteworthy given that many of them could be subject to a capital gains tax.

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My View From The Dirt: Taxes Saved My Leg

My View From The Dirt: Taxes Saved My Leg

The mortifying story of taxes, state parks, and my left fibula.

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A Half-Baked Sale To Fund Schools

A Half-Baked Sale To Fund Schools

Our kids deserve better than Sen. Andy Hill's half-baked plan to fund schools.

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Let them Eat Asphalt

Let them Eat Asphalt

Forget education, "Fund Roads First" seems to be the new motto of the Washington state Senate Republicans.

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1,200 King County Residents Call on Port to Reject Arctic Drilling Based in Seattle

1,200 King County Residents Call on Port to Reject Arctic Drilling Based in Seattle

The Port of Seattle is facing a growing crescendo of public opposition to Shell Oil's plans to base their Arctic oil drilling at the Port of Seattle.

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WA GOP Rep Blames

WA GOP Rep Blames "Complaining" Low-Wage Workers in 3 minutes

It's not easy to offend millions of low-wage workers in only 3 minutes, but WA GOP Rep. Matt Manweller was up to the task yesterday.

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Talking About Guns With Your Conservative Uncle

Talking About Guns With Your Conservative Uncle

There's nothing that brings out the myths and conspiracy theories like a debate about gun laws. With two statewide initiatives about gun background checks on the ballot this November, you can be sure that your conservative uncle will have a lot to say about why you're voting Yes on 594 and No on 591.

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Anti-Union ALEC Group Holds a Rally, No One Shows Up

Anti-Union ALEC Group Holds a Rally, No One Shows Up

Notably, they didn't promise the event would feature actual people.

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Grassroots Activism in Action: Fighting to Stop a Coal Mine King County

Grassroots Activism in Action: Fighting to Stop a Coal Mine King County

Organizers at Fuse broke the news in April that the Pacific Coast Coal Company was trying to restart coal blasting at the John Henry mine in Black Diamond, Washington.

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A Win For Workers

A Win For Workers

Stop and appreciate this for a moment: Seattle Mayor Ed Murray just signed into law a $15 minimum wage for Seattle workers.

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Fuse Holds World's Largest Bake Sale to Make Up for the Big Oil Tax Loophole

Fuse Holds World's Largest Bake Sale to Make Up for the Big Oil Tax Loophole

We're hoping to sell 59 million brownies and cookies at $1 each to make up for the $59 million our state gives away to Big Oil every two years.

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650 Things Senator Andy Hill Prioritized Over Education Funding

650 Things Senator Andy Hill Prioritized Over Education Funding

It's pretty embarrassing.

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41 years after Roe v. Wade, you won't believe how many states are attacking reproductive freedom

41 years after Roe v. Wade, you won't believe how many states are attacking reproductive freedom

Today marks the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision that legalized a woman's decision to end her pregnancy.

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This Kind Of Greed Should Be Shocking

This Kind Of Greed Should Be Shocking

Boeing is flying high as one of the most successful corporations in the world, raking in billions of dollars each year. So why did Boeing executives demand historic cuts from their machinist workers? It's simple: because they could. Or at least they thought they could.

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How much more do women pay for health care?

How much more do women pay for health care?

Most states still allow insurance companies to charge women more than men for the same health coverage. The Affordable Care Act finally bans this gender discrimination.

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