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Norm Dicks is intended solely for the University of Washington - and no money will be shared with business partner Intellicheck Mobilisa, a university spokesman said. Norm Arkans, the university's associate vice president for media relations, denied it would share earmark dollars with Intellicheck - even though Dicks' description of the earmark is almost identical to one he sought for Intellicheck last year. The university's statement contradicts a July 5 Huffington Post Investigative Fund report that Dicks had sought an earmark for the University of Washington that ultimately would financially benefit Intellicheck Mobilisa and in apparent contradiction of Dicks' pledge to restrict earmark requests benefiting for-profit businesses.
He is a member of the Democratic Party. His district was located in the northwestern corner of the state, and includes most of Tacoma. Norm Dicks retired at the end of the th Congress.
Norman DeValois Dicks born December 16, is the former United States Representative for Washington's 6th congressional districtserving between and He is a member of the Democratic Party. His district was located in the northwestern corner of the state, and includes most of Tacoma.
Jump to navigation. For more than 20 years, Congressman Norm Dicks has given valuable voice to the importance of the National Endowment for the Arts, and to community cultural life in his home state of Washington. He received a rare first-term appointment to the House Appropriations Committee inand was an early supporter of federal funding for the arts.
Washington, D. Dicks used his position as chairman of a powerful House Appropriations subcommittee to direct millions of dollars in public funds to the Puget Sound Partnership, a Washington state environmental agency headed by his son, earning him a spot in CREW's latest report. Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington CREW is a non-profit legal watchdog group dedicated to holding public officials accountable for their actions.
Norm Dicks, D-Bremerton, says he won't run for re-election when his 18th term ends this year. Norm Dicks has the build of the linebacker he once was, the bulldog charisma of a natural politico and the legislative acumen of his mentor, the late Sen. Warren Magnuson.
Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus, the UW's highest alumni award, is among the many accolades for the former congressman, who continues to find ways to advocate for the Northwest. He serves on numerous environmental and policy boards on both coasts, and his insight is informally sought by countless others. A knee replacement surgery may have put an end to a once-avid tennis habit, but Dicks has happily filled the void by taking up golfing with his children and grandchildren. His schedule can be overwhelming, but he is compelled to share his passions and concerns.
Norm Dicks, a powerful Democrat in the U. The two met when Dicks was on the staff of U. Warren Magnuson and Foley was a junior representative and former staffer for U.