I believe that we have a responsibility to fund our schools. I believe public lands are critical to making sure that happens, said Franz, who is married and lives in Seattle. Im committed to making sure that we are leveraging our public lands in a way that provides a stronger funding source for our schools and that diversifies our funding source. Franz said she would put an expert in economic development and natural resources in each regional office to identify investments needed in those communities. The lands commissioner heads the Department of Natural Resources, which was created in 1957 to manage 3 million acres of state lands for trust beneficiaries, including K-12 school construction, state buildings and counties. The agency has 1,200 permanent employees and brought in $313 million in revenues during the 2015 fiscal year. Franz and McLaughlin both support more prescribed burning, selective thinning of forests and other proactive efforts to prevent the kind of catastrophic wildfires that devastated the state in 2014 and 2015. image sourceFranz said her two decades working on natural resources issues makes her well-suited for the job. The former Bainbridge Island city councilwoman and environmental attorney said she has worked collaboratively with diverse communities across much of the state, including on water rights in Kittitas County as well as with state legislators on the 2015 state transportation package. McLaughlin touts his leadership skills while in the Navy. He has taught emergency management courses to first responders and said he initiated an effort to help preserve old growth forest in Puget Sound by naming it after a Navy forester.
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Of course, theres also the Blade movie series from the 1990s, starring Wesley Snipes as Marvels vampire-hunting superhero, but Cokers Luke Cage is the first with a lead who gets to fully embrace his roots. The show explores themes that are uncommon in mainstream entertainment, especially in the world of comic books. It delves into the subject of legacies and fatherhood as a way to address the incarceration of young black men , and the impact that American criminal-justice policies have had on black families . Fatherhood is something that is personal to me because I didnt grow up around my father, Coker says, also acknowledging that the subject has universal appeal. The show features two characters in particularPops, a barber-shop owner who acts as a mentor to Cage, urging him to use his powers for good, and the main villain Cottonmouth, whos raised by a violent mother figure in a crime family. Fiction, including comic-book stories and television shows, allows people to think deeply about subjects they might want otherwise to avoid in real life, Coker says. Its much easier to talk about racism when youre able to use mutants as a metaphor, he explains. People would much rather talk about Charles Xavier and Magneto than they would about Martin Luther King or Malcolm X. His new series makes a deliberate effort to address some of these complex subjects in a way that the original comics didnt, with the benefit of more than 40 years worth of artistic and historical insight. Coker said he sees his interpretation of Cage as more urban western than traditional blaxploitationmore in the vein of Clint Eastwoods 1992 film Unforgiven than the original Shaft. The reason that people have been making westerns for a hundred years now, he says, is because theyre symbolic of the good and bad in all of us. medical interview pptMatt Ford The New York Times has reportedly obtained portions of the nominees 1995 federal filings, which show a staggering loss.
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