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Weekly Update: FREE hiring solutions for high season

Leverage FREE hiring solutions to staff up for high season Hospitality Month is celebrating careers in hospitality – changing the perception of our industry — and providing cost-saving hiring solutions

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Weekly Update: Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6 With less than a week before Election Day, there is still time to turn in your postage-paid ballot. Click here to find out about the

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Weekly Update: New Flyer Available About Service Animals

Win: New Flyer Available About Service Animals Last session, Washington Hospitality worked with stakeholders and legislators to update the state’s service animal law. Today, a new informational flyer was released

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Weekly Update: Ban the Box Takes Effect Today – What It Means for Employers

Ban the Box Takes Effect Today – What It Means for Employers Employers take notice: Starting today, a new law designed to help people with criminal convictions find employment and

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Playing Music in Your Business

If you wish to play any music in your establishment—whether it’s recorded background music, live music, a juke box, or a disc jockey—you must have a license. As the business owner,

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Weekly Update: A Sweet Victory in Spokane!

A Sweet Victory in Spokane! The Spokane City Council last week said it is not imposing, or asking voters to impose, a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages. The city sent a

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Weekly Update: Minimum wage issue heating up nationally

California and New York acted Monday to push their statewide minimum wages to $15 an hour – the highest in the nation. Meanwhile, wage disparity is a defining issue in the Democratic Party presidential race.

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Sine Die 2016!

The 2016 Legislative Session adjourned for the final time last week.The legislature had been called back into session to complete the 2016 supplemental budgets. While passing the 2016 Supplemental Budget

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Hot Off The Grill: Week 9

We are now on day 57 just three days remain in our 60-day legislative session. State lawmakers continue to work behind the scenes to reach compromises on the supplemental operating,

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Weekly Update: Congratulations, 2016 ProStart® Invitational winners!

Fifteen culinary and seven management teams from across Washington competed in the Boyd’s Coffee® ProStart Invitational this past weekend. This is an annual event that brings hundreds of students and restaurateurs together.

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Hot off the Grill: Week 8

Monday, February 29 marked day 50 of the 60-day legislative session. It also marked the last of the major bill cut-offs, the Fiscal Committee Cutoff – Opposite House. This means

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Weekly Update: Shakeup in Gov. Inslee’s Cabinet – How will it affect this session?

On February 5, in a move that surprised Democrats and Gov. Jay Inslee’s administration, the Senate voted to reject the appointment of Secretary of Transportation Lynn Peterson.

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Weekly Update: Be sure to check your mailbox for latest issue of Washington Restaurant & Lodging Magazine

Check your mailboxes for the February 2016 issue of Washington Restaurant & Lodging Magazine. This great issue focuses on mega trends in food, menus and lodging. It is now in the mail and on its way to WRA members.

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Hot Off the Grill: 2015 Legislative Session week thirteen

Dear WRA members, Today is day 89 of the 2015 regular session, scheduled to end April 26. The WRA’s key bills are still moving through the process. You can see

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Hot Off the Grill: 2015 Legislative Session week twelve

Dear WRA members, Today is day 82 of the 2015 regular session. On April 1 another big cut-off date passed. The WRA’s key bills are still moving through the process.