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Fri Mar 21 17:12:36 2014 UTClccn-no990307430.00A preview of the pending Supreme Court decision in Locke v. Davey /0.731.00Washington gubernatorial debate, 9-26-199658713598Gary_Lockeno 990307434976415Lok, Gaa-fai, 1950-Luo, Jiahui, 1950-骆家辉, 1950-lccn-no99028680United StatesDepartment of CommerceOffice of the Secretarylccn-n81096151United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Commerce, Science, and Transportationlccn-n2010037626Davey, Joshualccn-no2006073675Distinctive Aspects of American Law (Project)lccn-n80112948Duke UniversitySchool of Lawlccn-no89020299Metzloff, Thomas B.1954-lccn-n81053375Bullfrog Filmslccn-no2008016771Media & Policy Center Foundationlccn-n99027113Bell, Dale1938-prolccn-n84039616Wiland, HarryprodrtLocke, Gary1950-BiographyCase studiesInterviewsFictionLocke, Gary,United States.--Department of Commerce.--Office of the SecretaryWashington (State)United StatesUrban ecology (Sociology)Political scienceWashington (State)--SeattleCity planning--Environmental aspectsCity planning--Citizen participationChurch and stateCollege students--Scholarships, fellowships, etcFreedom of religionScholarshipsGovernorsAsian Americans--Cultural assimilationAsian Americans--Political activityFilipino Americans--Cultural assimilationChinese Americans--Cultural assimilationChinese Americans--Ethnic identityAsian Americans--Ethnic identityMedicine--PracticeFilipino Americans--Ethnic identityAsian American actressesOklahoma--GuymonWomen cartoonistsSustainable developmentUrban beautification--Citizen participationCommunity development, UrbanAngerEnvironmental policyCoho salmonPacific salmonFish habitat improvementIllinois--ChicagoPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaCalifornia--Los AngelesInaugurationTraffic safetyDistracted drivingAdministrative agencies--ManagementAutomobile drivingExecutive departments--ManagementUnited States.--Supreme CourtStudent aid--Law and legislationReligion and stateSecond-wave feminismMuseumsFund raisingFeminismParks195019901997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720107482330307.7609797772HT175ocn081917518ocn870677412ocn808120614ocn870677412683ocn056605261visu20030.86Searching for Asian AmericaBiographyCase studiesSegments from a television series looking at the Asian American experience. The governor: Profiles the 1997 successful political campaign and life experiences of the first Asian American governor elected in America, Gary F. Locke of Washington State. Oklahoma home: Filipino immigrant doctors Martin Bautista and Jeffrey Lim discuss issues of nationalism and assimiliation living in rural America. Angry Little Asian girl: Actress and creator of the underground comic and website Angry little girls.com, Lela Lee challenges stereotpyes of gender and race and comes to terms with her own identity as an Asian American Woman633ocn081917518visu20070.63Seattle the future is nowCase studiesThis program reports on the environmental transformation of Seattle as it struggles to combat the environmental consequences of its increasing population111ocn606929568visu0.59Edens lost & found how ordinary citizens are restoring our great citiesCase studies"Focusing on Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Seattle -- four cities that face a range of demographic, economic and environmental challenges -- this special documentary series shows how integrated resource planning and local community support are generating bold strategies offering practical solutions and models for urban transformation that go beyond pollution prevention to tackle the challenge of improving the quality of life in cities"--Container51ocn047112055book20010.47Washington (State)Governing in the 21st century : a solid foundation : Governor Gary Locke's 2001 inaugural address51ocn049686117book20020.24Washington (State)Governor Gary Locke's remarks, 2002 state of the state address, January 15, 200232ocn039049398book19980.47Washington (State)State of the state address11ocn078889655rcrd20010.47Low wages in the new economy, implications for familiesIn this era of devolution, states are accurately labeled "incubators" of new social program strategies and policy initiatives. States are tackling the "new economy" challenges such as the need for stable child care, continuing adult education, and customized training. In Washington State, job coaching, pre-employment and high tech training are among the initiatives that seek to improve the economic prospects of families. In California, substantial investment in the community college system has been a key feature of efforts to address the need for job advancement. In Illinois, the state pays for child care for all families up to 50% of state median income. What are the politics behind the choices these states made? What are the basic outlines of these programs? How best should initiatives like these be packaged?11ocn212409175mixWashington State LibraryWashington State Library's collection of books about quilts designed and created by Staff and FriendsSome members of the Washington State Library staff designed and created a baby quilt for both Emily and Dylan Locke, children of the former Governor of Washington State. Both children were born during the Governor's terms in office. This collection contains copies of the booklets that were made to accompany the presentations of the individual quilts. The collection contains an 11 x 14 in. color photograph of Emily's Quilt. Each booklet shows a color picture of each quilt square with a description of the square, how it was made and who made it. The booklets also contain short biographies of the individuals that contributed to the quilts11ocn062634525visu20040.47Safe driving habits a state of mindThree state employees who were involved in vehicular accidents share their experiences, plus Robert Kaufman provides tips on avoiding distractions, Jolene Bellows shares statistics and costs of vehicular accidents, and trooper Johnny Alexander provides simple but effective tips to prepare for a safer driving experience, such as planning the trip before leaving the office, and taking the time to locate vehicle operating devices and make adjustments on unfamiliar vehicles11ocn062572297visu20051.00Washington gubernatorial debate, 9-26-1996Gubernatorial candidates Ellen Craswell and Gary Locke participated in a debate sponsored by the Association of Washington Business. Moderated by journalists, the candidates debated Washington state issues and answered questions from audience members11ocn036499602visu19970.47Town meeting on higher education issues with Governor Gary LockeInterviewsNewly elected Washington State governor Gary Locke discusses his plans for education in general and higher education specifically in a town hall forum held at Western Washington University11ocn037498888visu1997Vision for Washington state governmentSpeech given by Washington State's Governor Gary Locke to the Washington State Management Service outlining his 10 management principles and practices for state managers11ocn272454612book19980.47Locke, Gary[Letter] 1998 March 27, Olympia, Washington [to] Michael Pastore, President City University, Bellevue, WALetter of congratulations addressed to City University President Michael Pastore from Gary Locke, Governor of the State of Washington on the occasion of City University's 25th anniversary. Letter is on official letterhead and is signed by Mr. Locke11ocn048548564book20001.00Year 2000 regular session partial or full veto bills01ocn051533016rcrd2002We share a storyFictionWhen cats dream, they can do anything they want, from combing their hair with the moon to swinging from vines in the jungle01ocn022271323rcrd1990[Science Building colloquium]Proceedings of a colloquium held in conjunction with the opening of a new wing of the Science Building on the EWU campus4983ocn630165746book20100.73United StatesNomination of Hon. Gary F. Locke to be Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, March 18, 2009761ocn070901808visu20060.81Locke, GaryLocke v. Davey 540 U.S. 712 (2004)Trials, litigation, etcGovernor Gary Locke and the Washington legislature created the Promise Scholarship program to enable low- and middle-income students to attend college. Josh Davey received a Promise Scholarship for the 1999-2000 school year to attend Northwest College, where he wanted to major in theology. When he was told he could not receive the scholarship money because of his major, he sued. Davey claimed that denying state scholarships to theology students violated his First Amendment right to practice his own religious beliefs through his chosen course of study61ocn046316822book20010.66The first Governor's Inaugural Ball of the twenty first century21ocn055031203book2003Lupu, Ira CA preview of the pending Supreme Court decision in Locke v. DaveyTrials, litigation, etc11ocn593389680visu1.00Seattle (Wash.)Pro Parks Acquisition and Open Space photographsPhotographsToursPhotographs in this collection represent nearly one hundred of Seattle's city parks, community centers, sports fields, and natural areas from pre-construction and development through construction and dedication11ocn054610499art2003Locke, GaryBiography11ocn327431473mix1.00Lombard, LindaLinda Lombard papersHistoryPhotographsChiefly Lombard's subject files, arranged alphabetically, containing pamphlets, essays, newspaper articles, and other publications with general information on women in history. Files related to her activities are in the folders entitled Women's History Consortium, AFSCME, Daughters: "Take our ..."; Women's History Network, Washington State Legacy Project, Museum, and N.O.WFri Mar 21 15:31:31 EDT 2014batch16160