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State of Washington
Official State Seal

Population:
6,224,549

Under 18:
1,368,536

Over 65:
757,852

Employed:
3,813,868

Land in SM:
66,544.06

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
15,008,318

Births:
82,703

Deaths:
46,203

Infant Deaths:
375

Property Crime:
246,148

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Washington State Regulation of Prepaid Funeral Plans | eHow

Prepaid funeral plans are designed to ease the burden of funeral expenses and the headache of planning funeral arrangements during a highly emotional and stressful ...
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lans.html



Grants for a Burial Cost | eHow

Funerals and burial services cost several thousand dollars, depending on where a person is buried and how large the service the surviving ... Washington, DC 20420
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nts-burial-cost.html



Schooling Required in Washington to Become a Mortician | eHow

Washington State requires morticians to obtain a license to practice as a funeral director or embalmer in the state. The funeral director assists families arrange ...
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hooling-required-washington-become-mo
rtician.html



Funeral Home Laws | eHow - eHow | How to Videos, Articles ...

Funeral Home Laws. Federal and individual state laws govern the funeral industry, including funeral home operations and cemetery management.
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eral-home-laws.html



How to Be a Mortician in Washington | eHow

Complete a funeral director intern application and submit it to the Washington State Department of Licensing at the address listed on the form.
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tician-washington.html