Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Newspaper says proposal to eliminate HECB not a good idea

A proposal in SB 5182 to abolish the HECB has not been well received by editorial writers at the Seattle Times.  An editorial in this morning’s paper suggested that moving the agency’s responsibilities over strategic planning and financial aid to other agencies could grow rather than shrink the state bureaucracy.    “More importantly, losing the citizens board would mean the loss of an important public perspective,” the Times said.  

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