What an incredible evening of camaraderie,Â client stories, food and drinks, plus the opportunity to invest in an inspiring future. 5036944215
Agreements Reached with King County and Kent School District
King County has agreed to ban solitary confinement of juveniles in all King County detention facilities and Kent School District has agreed to reform its policies and procedures regarding the educating of youth held at the RJC. 3374970787
Two nonprofit organizations that advocate for fair and affordable housing moved to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the Rental Housing Association and three landlords challenging Seattleâs Fair Chance Housing law. More...
Growers Pressure Regulators to Slash Wages
Washingtonâs apple industry is pressuring both the Washington State Employment Security Department and the federal Department of Labor to lower harvest wages between $4-6 per hour for the upcoming 2018 apple harvest. More...
Students Experiencing Homelessness Have the Right to an Education
Columbia Legal Services created this Know Your Rights toolkit for SchoolHouse Washington. It provides school-aged students who are considered homeless with valuable information and resources on the education rights. (309) 761-4707
Class Action Filed Against Munger Brothers and Sarbanand Farms
H-2A farmworkers who were employed by Sarbanand Farms last year filed an employment rights class action against Sarbanand and its parent company, Munger Bros., alleging violations of the federal Trafficking Victims Protection Act through a pattern of threats and intimidation.Â More...
Read our new report revealing how hospitals in Washington State are not meeting legal requirements to provide free or reduced cost of care to thousands of eligible patients most in need. More.
Fair Access to Hospital Care: The cost of medical services, especially during emergencies, shouldnât prohibit people from seeking hospital care. CLS, working closely with patients and allies, is working to help break down barriers to affordable hospital care so all families can thrive. More
2007-2013:sea ash represented women who were sexually assaulted by corrections officers while serving time in state prisons. Their lawsuit against the Department of Corrections resulted in sweeping reforms and enhanced safety for female prisoners throughout the state. 619-339-2679