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“The Impact”: Foreclosure Fairness Program; Cannabis 2.0

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 “The Impact” – Sept. 18, 2019


Washington’s Foreclosure Fairness Program has helped tens of thousands of families keep their homes since it was established during the foreclosure crisis in 2011. We discuss how it works and what struggling homeowners need to know about the negotiation and mediation process.


Denise Rodriguez, Executive Director, Washington Homeownership Resource Center

Cecil Daniels, Managing Director, Community Economic Opportunities Unit, Community Services & Housing Division, Washington State Department of Commerce


Direct sales from medical marijuana growers, home delivery, and diversity initiatives are all ideas being floated to revamp the state’s cannabis industry. We sit down with the head of the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board to explore the board’s vision for the future of the sector, Cannabis 2.0.


Rick Garza, Director, Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board

Other topics:

WSDOT’s update on plans to restart service on the Point Defiance Bypass nearly two years after the fatal derailment of Amtrak Cascades Train 501.

Behind the scenes of a razor clam survey on Long Beach with WDFW. (Courtesy of Dave Martinson)

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