State Supreme Court To Decide On Executive Privilege
09/20/2012 at 12:00 p.m.
State Supreme Court To Decide On Executive Privilege Should Governor Gregoire be able to shield documents because of executive privilege? Today the state Supreme Court hears the case and Ross Reynolds speaks with the Deputy Solicito representing the Governor's office in the case.
A New Hospital In San Juan Raises Coverage Questions A group of San Juan Island residents are asking for assurances that a new hospital opening in November will not restrict women's health care services and that includes providing birth control and performing abortions. KUOW's Ruby de Luna reports.
WSU Professor Charged With Rape A Washington State University professor has been arrested and charged with the rape of a teenage girl. Northwest Public Radio's Lucrezia Cuen reports.
War Of 1812 Turns 200 It's the two hundredth anniversary of the first declared war in United States history. I'm talking, of course, about the war of 1812. If you don't know much about the war of 1812 you're not alone: it's not remembered much here in the United States. Ross Reynolds gets some details on the war from the author Kenneth Davis.
Alan Copsey is a Deputy Solicitor General for Washington state. He is representing Governor Christine Gregoire's office before the Washington Supreme Court in Freedom Foundation v. Gregoire.
Kenneth C. Davis is author of the "Don't Know Much About" book series including the latest installment, "Don't Know Much About the American Presidents."
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