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State Of Washington, Respondent V. Richard A. Plechner, Appellant ...

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State Of Washington, Respondent V. Richard A. Plechner, Appellant.

Court Briefs for 2006 - Washington State Courts - Appellate Court ...

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33373-2 - State of Washington, Respondent v Richard Edward Sibert, Appellant. Appellant's Brief · Appellant's .... Respondent v. Richard A. Plechner, Appellant.

Chaussee v. State of Washington (whistleblower) ::

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Jun 3, 2016 ... Case: Recent $1 Million Emotional Harm Whistleblower Jury Verdict. Description: A Thurston County jury awarded Steve Chaussee, ...

The McCleary Case - Network for Excellence in Washington Schools ...

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McCleary v. State: A landmark case for Washington schoolchildren. Faced with a long-outdated state funding system that failed to fully fund even the basic ...

League of Women Voters of Washington v. State - League of ...

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Apr 8, 2016 ... Washington Supreme Court Holds Charter School Act Violates State Constitution.

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40637-3 - Del Johnson, Appellant v State of Washington, et al, Respondents ( Hearing Date: .... v. Richard A. Plechner, Appellant (Hearing Date: 09/15/2011).

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33373-2 - State of Washington, Respondent v Richard Edward Sibert, Appellant ( Hearing Date: .... v. Richard A. Plechner, Appellant (Hearing Date: 10/23/2006).

McCleary v. State of Washington - Office of Superintendent of Public ...

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On January 5, 2012, the state Supreme Court issued. McCleary v. State of Washington. In essence, the Court ruled that Washington was not adequately funding.