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For the first time in state history, the Supreme Court will define new congressional and legislative districts.
The governor, who is in Scotland for an international climate conference, set an aggressive timeline.
The 2.5% hike in each of the next two years will apply to everyone: drivers, bikers and walkers.
Gov. Jay Inslee’s reopening plan will allow businesses to operate at 50% capacity starting March 22.
An 18-cent gas tax increase and a fee on carbon emissions would fund new roads and more.
The contest in the 10th District emerged as one of the year’s most expensive electoral battles
Democrats Paul, Homola and Price Johnson saw their leads shrink in a trio of 10th District races.
State lawmakers outdid themselves this year in the assortment of ways they chose to extract more bucks from you, your neighbor, and even your friends… Continue reading
Democratic lawmakers greeted the end of the 2019 legislative session with warm embraces, wide smiles and, for some, irrepressible joy. There was no visible residual… Continue reading
One of the most intriguing dramas at this point in the legislative session revolves around a bill putting new rules in place regarding data privacy… Continue reading
It’s the home stretch of the 2019 legislative session. With a month to go, Democrats are looking to use their majorities in the House and… Continue reading
To fully appreciate a peace accord reached this week on rewriting state law on the use of deadly force by police, consider the intensity of… Continue reading
Early net pen warnings came from Island, other counties
2017 was a stinky year for Tim Eyman. It ended with a thud last week when he confessed to not collecting enough signatures to get… Continue reading
If you come to the state Capitol and want to see lawmakers in action, there are a few rules to follow while sitting in the… Continue reading
A presidential pardon in hand, Arizona’s “Sheriff Joe” may be getting ready to hitch up his spurs for another campaign. The ink had barely dried… Continue reading
Voters never got a chance to try to overturn new laws increasing the state property tax next year and imposing a sales tax on bottled… Continue reading
The state’s new law targeting distracted drivers sure is irritating folks. What’s riled them is not so much the outright ban on use of any… Continue reading