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LAST CALL TO SAVE METRO!
Seriously, get those ballots in!
Don't Miss The Bus
Vote Yes to save King County Metro. Your ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday April 22nd! Get that envelope in the mail!
Meet our newest intern, Sophie!
Parliament Returns to Save Metro!
Parliament, the Bus' annual free, all-ages, concert and activism event returns this Wednesday, April 9th at Chop Suey at 7:30pm featuring performances by Dex Amora and the Hoot Hoots. Dive in and grab your free tickets from Stranger Tickets!
We're All Students at the Electoral College
Remember when we all thought Al Gore was going to be president? Still trying to figure out what the Electoral College is all about? See how states across the country are moving towards a national popular vote.
Earth Day Green-A-Thon!
Want to make a difference on Earth Day? Check out Got Green's Green-A-Thon!
Deadlines, Metro, and Voter Registration
Want to help save Metro? Today, March 24th, is the deadline to register to vote or update your voter registration via mail or online. Go to registerinwa.org to update your voter registration now!
Meet the Office Vol. 1: Sexting Etiquette With Jean Godden
Buses Are Good For Everyone
Still wondering what's going on with Metro? Hit the jump to learn more about why Metro cuts will not only affect bus users, but everyone on our roads and highways.
Good News + Bus Love = Happy Tuesday
There seems to be a whole lot of bad news out in the world this week. Well, we’re here to brighten up your day with some great news you may have missed.
Oly's Out . . . Now, Let's Save Metro!
It was a wild and wacky 2014 legislative session! Take the jump to see what you missed and how you can get involved in our next campaign in SAVING KING COUNTY METRO!
One Turkey Out Of Circulation
Sign up for the Affordable Care Act soon. On an unrelated note, watch this:
Best. Summer. Ever. Apply to be a 2014 Fellow!
Our fellowship program has been described as a life-changing opportunity for young people aged 18 to 25. The next deadline is this Friday, March 7.
Death to the Death Penalty (for now)!
The Evergreen State Governor puts a hold on all executions for as long as he's in office. Bus Intern Isabella Fuentes breaks it down after the jump.
When DREAMs Become REAL (Hope)
Today at 2pm, Washington will become the fourth state to offer financial aid for undocumented students seeking higher education. Former Bus Fellow Michael Padilla explains it all after the jump.
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