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Gov. Inslee signs Substitute House Bill No. 1148, April 19, 2019. Relating to architect registration. Primary Sponsor: Steve Kirby

Governor Inslee signs AIA|WA legislation

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On April 19, Gov. Jay Inslee signed HB 1148, AIA Washington Council’s signature legislation this session. The bill addresses NCARB-approved changes to the path to licensure, including eliminating a year of AXP electives and allowing all candidates to complete the experience and testing portions of licensure non-sequentially.  In addition, the…

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AIA Washington Council congratulates Washington members elevated to AIA’s College of Fellows in 2019, Ruth Baleiko and John Harrison.

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Ruth is a partner at The Miller Hull Partnership, where she has worked since 1999. As a senior design lead in the office, Ruth has worked on a number of award-winning projects, including Fisher Pavilion, Olympic College Poulsbo Campus, Vancouver Community Library, Odegaard Undergraduate Library at the University of Washington and Renton Library. By embracing…

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AIA Washington Council Endorses I-1631

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AIA Washington Council has endorsed Washington Initiative 1631, the Protect Washington Act, which would establish a carbon fee to reduce incentives for fossil fuel use, generate funds to invest in renewable resources and promote energy efficiency. AIA Washington Council believes we have a moral responsibility to protect future generations by…

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Next City’s Vanguard Conference

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Next City’s Vanguard Conference is an experiential urban leadership gathering of the best and brightest young urban leaders working to improve cities across sectors, including urban planning, community development, entrepreneurship, government, transportation, sustainability, design, art and media.  The Vanguard Conference welcomes entrepreneurs, community developers, activists, artists, designers, urban planners and sustainability experts…

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Olympia Update – Week 7

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This year’s legislative session is expected to conclude on March 8th as scheduled, as many legislators are eager to resume campaigning for the 2018 elections and all are disinclined to extend their work into extra innings after doing so for the past few years. In addition, this is the first…

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