Washington Department of Health Asks Lawmakers for $100 Million to Fight Novel Coronavirus



This is a good idea.

Also, we need to fund high speed passenger and freight rail.

And expire all fossil fuel infrastructure subsidies, incentives, exclusions, and depreciation. This year. With zero exceptions.


It seems like the state should take a good part of the apparent Paul Allen estate tax wind in excess of $300 million and put that toward an aggressive response. I'm not versed, though, in where the federal response and responsibilities end and the state and county responses begin.