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CityClub presents The Making of a Neighborhood

A large part of who we are is defined by where we live. Whether or not we are fortunate enough to choose our neighborhood, it can have a profound impact on our economic opportunities, our children’s education and even our basic health. CityClub hosts a forum on the Making of a Neighborhood exploring[More]

CityClub’s debate double-bill: AG and secretary of state

Seattle CityClub serves up a double-bill debate with candidates for state attorney general Reagan Dunn and Bob Ferguson and contenders for secretary of state Kathleen Drew and Kim Wyman. As the current AG Rob McKenna runs for governor pivotal issues, such as McKenna’s decision to join the lawsuit against the Affordable Care[More]

CityClub presents The Cost of Overtreament

Overtreatment is a large contributor to runaway health care costs. It's estimated that anywhere from one-fifth to nearly one-third of the medical tests and treatments are unnecessary. Are doctors practicing “defensive medicine” by opting for more testing? Tonight on Town Square, CityClub tackles this timely topic with representatives from the UW School[More]

CityClub Presents General Colin Powell on American Podium

Four-star general and former Secretary of State Colin Powell reveals the unique lessons that have shaped his life and legendary career in public service. Powell discusses his new book It Worked for Me, which begins with his "Thirteen Rules" - notes he gathered over the years and that now form the basis[More]

Town Square: CityClub’s 2012 Legislative Preview

After Governor Gregoire released her list of recommendations for further cuts to address the budget shortfall, a bumper crop of questions were raised. After three tough years of budget shortfalls, what is left to cut? Has the time come to ask what core services we want from our government and eliminate everything[More]

CityClub’s 2012 Legislative Preview

Watch CityClub's annual sneak peek into the goals and strategies for our top leadership from the State House and Senate for the upcoming session. Friday, January 6 at 12:15 p.m. Seattle Channel Video can be played in Flash Player 9 and up[More]

Learn About Washington’s New Congressional District

Congressional and legislative district boundaries are redrawn every 10 years following the results of the U.S. Census. On December 21, 2010, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that Washington will receive an additional Congressional district to reflect an increase in the state’s population. The shape and location of the new district is yet[More]

Energy Innovation on Town Square

Energy innovation has been hailed as the next frontier for the American economy and as critical for the future of both our environment and national security. Along with an increase in traditional sources of renewable energy like wind and solar, innovative business leaders around our region are making power from dairy waste[More]