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Dental therapists expand access to care

By BOB SALSBERG

Dentists have long opposed the midlevel position, citing concerns over safety and supervision, but a number of states allow them.



Otak acquires firm in Oregon

By JOURNAL STAFF

Otak said it acquired DAY CPM Services, a Beaverton, Oregon-based owner's representative and project management firm.


Renton apartments sold for $67M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Colliers announced that it has brokered the purchase of the 357-unit Wasatch Hills apartments.


David Hewitt sells ownership stake to a new team of leaders at Hewitt

By LYNN PORTER

David Hewitt has sold his ownership interest in Hewitt, the Seattle architecture firm he cofounded in 1975.

Sagging lotteries are bad news for states

By ANNA MARUM

One of Oregon's critical revenue sources, the Oregon Lottery, could be in jeopardy.



Here's how Trump nominee could revamp Medicaid

By CARLA K. JOHNSON

The businesswoman President Donald Trump selected to oversee Medicaid, the health care program for 74 million low-income Americans, has said the program is structurally flawed by policies that burden states and foster dependency among the poor.


New Seattle lab lets people test ideas for clean-energy gadgets

By PHUONG LE

The paint has barely dried on the walls at Washington Clean Energy Testbeds, but already academic researchers and startups are lining up to use the state-of-the-art facility to help speed development of their clean energy innovations.


City issues a new RFP for ‘Mercer Mega Block'

By BRIAN MILLER

The city of Seattle issued a second request for proposals Wednesday for the so-called “Mercer Mega Block” in South Lake Union.



Vikings' $1B stadium leaders resign over suite use

By KYLE POTTER

A recent report found that nearly half of the tickets for two luxury suites were issued to friends and family members of stadium oversight officials.



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