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Paid family and medical leave
panel at Museum of Flight
Saturday, May 6 – 10 a.m.
Museum of Flight, Seattle
Free admission for participants –
SPEEA marches for science
space is limited (first come-first served)
Countless SPEEA members turned out for the April 22 March for Science in multiple cities. In Seattle, more than 40
members signed up and many more stopped by the SPEEA information table prior to the march.
In Wichita, Council Rep Ben Blankley and his son,
Antonio, joined about 1,000 who marched.
ISUPPORT TaxIncentive Accountability
District Lodge 751
Urgent need for
With the Washington state legislature in special (extended) session, the two bills calling for aerospace tax incentive accountability still have a chance for a vote.
Legislative bills HB 2146 by Representative
Richard DeBolt (R-Chehalis) and HB 2145
by Representative Noel Frame (D-Seattle) are
designed to make
The Boeing Company
live up to its commitment to “maintain and
grow” the Washington
aerospace industry in
exchange for the state
extending $8.7 billion
of aerospace tax incentives.
Still time to call your lawmakers
Reach out to your state representatives and senators to urge them to vote on this legislation. With
hundreds more layoffs in engineering recently
announced, Boeing has shed nearly 13,000 jobs
since the $8.7 billion in tax incentives passed
Find your lawmaker – see the digital Spotlite app
on your phone in the Extras section or go to leg.