On TVW this week: Marijuana discussions, state Supreme Court returns

By | September 9, 2013 | Comments

Here’s what will air on TVW this week:

Monday at 9 a.m.: The House Local Government Committee is holding a work session to discuss the Growth Management Act. The meeting will air live on television and the web.

Tuesday at 9 a.m. & Thursday at 9 a.m.: The state Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the first six cases on its fall docket — the list of cases is available here. TVW will carry the arguments live on television and the web.

Tuesday at 11 a.m.: TVW will be live with a press conference by Gov. Jay Inslee as he launches his new “Results Washington” lean management initiative. Inslee’s chief of staff, Mary Alice Heuschel, and Wendy Korthuis-Smith, director of Results Washington, will also be a the press conference.

Tuesday at 11 a.m.: The House Government Accountability committee is holding a work session on the latest rules proposed for legal marijuana. They will also discuss the medical marijuana industry. Watch the live webcast here.

Wednesday at 7 & 10 p.m.: “The Impact” looks at the impact legal marijuana could have on cities around the state and why some are saying no. Plus, the “Initiative on Initiatives” — how I-517 could change the way petitions work in Washington.

Thursday at 7 & 10 p.m.: On “Inside Olympia,” host Austin Jenkins interviews the new state Republican Party Chair Susan Hutchinson, as well asĀ Kim Mead, the new head of the state’s largest teachers’ union.

Friday at 10 a.m.: The Clemency and Pardons Board is scheduled to hear testimony from seven people, including Marriam Oliver, who was one of five teenagers convicted in the 2001 beating death of Jerry Heimann. Oliver is seeking a commutation of her 22-year sentence, while the others scheduled to testify are asking for pardons.

In addition, TVW will live webcast all of the legislative hearings scheduled for this week — links to the individual webcasts are available on our schedule page.

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