Melissah Watts and her son

Public News Service | February 15, 2021

Facing Cutbacks, Washingtonians Want 'Upside Down' Tax System Changed

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National Guard Lt. Colonel Mary Schwietert discusses the advantages and risks of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine with a Lakewood Meadows resident Wednesday. Schwietert, a physician assistant, had been helping with... (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

The Seattle Times | February 14, 2021

Washington state’s COVID-19 vaccine planning fell short on logistics, sowing disorder and mistrust

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Public News Service | February 8, 2021

"In Dire Straits:" WA Nursing-Home Workers Call for Funding

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Health caregiver Susie Young has provided at-home care for many years. She has been on the front lines of long-term care in people’s homes throughout the pandemic.

The Spokesman Review | February 7, 2021

The long-term care offered out of plain sight: How home health caregivers have weathered the pandemic

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Caregiver shows vaccine card

Public News Service | February 1, 2021

WA At-Home Caregivers Stand Firm in Contract Negotiations

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Public News Service | January 25, 2021

Workers Urge WA Lawmakers Not to Cut Long-Term Services

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