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Washington Supreme Court rules against initiative to block public funding of safe-injection sites

Seattle Times Thursday, 6 December 2018
Washington Supreme Court rules against initiative to block public funding of safe-injection sitesThe court ruled the initiative, which was struck down by the King County Superior Court, is outside the scope of local initiative power.
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Another Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese listening session was held last night following the ruling by the state Supreme Court that the names of 11 Roman Catholic clergy cited in a grand jury report on sex abuse of children should not be made public; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.

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