Do you know the difference between equality and equity? Why is it important?
Opponents of an initiative to repeal state rules allowing transgender people access to bathrooms of their choice are linking the philosophical motivations for the measure and the deadly attack at a LGBT nightclub in Orlando.
Summer has been a little late in coming this year.
The next round in the battle on access to public bathrooms was waged Thursday in Yakima.
"There is something in the American soul that wants to believe that it is facing disaster, that it has failed, that some corruption deep in its being will steal its success. I suspect that this has something to do with the familial recollections of immigrants."
The following is written by Dr. Jeff Duchin for Public Health Insider:
An exciting project has been under way for the past few months. After negotiations with both Enumclaw and Buckley city governments and administrations, a joint committee has been formed that has been named the Plateau Cities Collaboration.
President Barack Obama recently sent a directive to public schools around the country to let students use restrooms according to their gender identities. While this directive is not legally binding, the threat of potential civil rights lawsuits and loss of federal funding for Title IX looms large.
If you've never tried to pull off a debate, it's hard to appreciate the degree of difficulty involved in such a feat.
If you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes.
The King County Sheriff's Office faces a $3.8 million budget deficit and needs to cut programs, which could include Search and Rescue Air Patrol.
Donald Trump's unpopularity numbers hover around 60 percent. Hillary Clinton's are between 50 and 55 percent. How did we get into a situation where most voters will be required to elect the least unpopular candidate this November? The answer lies in history and human nature.
The personal nature of politics is on display in Washington.
State Republicans after their convention and the primary.
After serving 12 years as an elected official for the city of Enumclaw, four years as a council member and on the final homestretch of eight years as mayor, I have decided to not seek re-election in 2017.
Here we go round the political bush.
For very different reasons, Donald Trump and Randy Dorn are poised to alter the dynamics of this year's race for governor in Washington.
With all the attention given the heated contest for the Republican Party presidential nomination, it's easy to forget the battle to become the Democratic nominee isn't over.
The goal of Washington's elections community is civic engagement of our electorate. We work to make voting and participating in the political process accessible, accurate and secure. It has been sad to hear the stories of so many caucus participants who say "never again" after recently enduring caucuses that lasted until after midnight in some cases.
What do voters want to know about the November elections? This was my question to a retired political science teacher friend recently (I will be teaching a Green River College continuing education course on the 2016 elections next week and was looking for ideas). His response was, "What do voters need to know about what the Constitution actually says about the powers of the president and Congress?"