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Preparing for and Conducting an Effective Job Interview
Source: United States Department of Labor

Instruction page advising employers on how to interview job applicants with disabilities.
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An Introduction to Washington Small Claims Court
Source: Washington Courts

An Overview of Washington's Small Claims Court. Topics covered include who can sue and be sued in Small Claims Court, how to file a claim, how to prepare and participate in a small claims trial, how to collect money awarded in Small Claims Court, and how to appeal a small claims decision. Includes links to Washington state laws and court rules for Small Claims Court.
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Representing Yourself at a Hearing Regarding DSHS Public Assistance (Including Medical Assistance)
Source: Northwest Justice Project

Describes how people can exercise their right to appeal any written or verbal decision of Washington's Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS). Topics covered include: how to request an interpreter, the deadline for requesting a hearing, how to request a hearing, how to prepare for the hearing, what to bring to the hearing, what will happen at the hearing, when the judge will make a decision, and how to further appeal the judge's decision. Also available in Russian and Spanish.
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Resolving Consumer Disputes Through Mediation and Arbitration
Source: Federal Trade Commission

Describes mediation and arbitration of consumer disputes, as an alternative to a lawsuit. Topics covered include finding and choosing a dispute resolution program, and preparing for arbitration and mediation.
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Bill Drafting Guide 2005
Source: Washington State Office of the Code Reviser

How to prepare a bill for the Washington state legislature, prepared by the Office of the Code Reviser. Part I is an easy-to-understand explanation for submitting bill drafting requests in Washington state to the Code Reviser's office. Part II cover technical drafting rules. Part III includes instructions on writing style according to the style manual used by the Code Reviser's office.
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