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States on edge about health insurance

By KELLI KENNEDY

A decision is expected in June from the Supreme Court, leaving little time for backup planning if millions of Americans lose the health insurance subsidy.



Hines pays $320M for The Summit

By JOURNAL STAFF

Property records show the international real estate firm Hines paid $319.8 million for The Summit, an office complex in downtown Bellevue that has two buildings, and a permitted site for a third building.


Air Reps acquires Vemco in Spokane

By JOURNAL STAFF

Air Reps of Bellevue said it has become the state representative for Daikin Applied, which manufactures and sells advanced HVAC systems worldwide, and acquired Vemco Inland Northwest in Spokane, which had represented Daikin Applied in this territory.


U.S. job market expected to keep delivering

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

There are 3.2 million more Americans earning paychecks now than at the start of 2014, and steady hiring is forcing wages up.


$8.5B Suez Canal expansion to open in August

By BRIAN ROHAN

The Egyptian military is directing the work, which involves digging a new waterway running 22 miles parallel to the canal to end in the Red Sea.


Wisconsin may become 25th right-to-work state

By SCOTT BAUER

It's likely to follow in the footsteps of Indiana and Michigan, the two most recent states to approve legislation making the paying of union dues voluntary.



Latest Google service: car insurance quotes

Analysts speculate that Google is learning how the industry works so it can eventually offer policies on its own.



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