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Jay Inslee on Monday took an aggressive new step to curb social interactions as coronavirus deaths rise.
At a news conference, the governor warned businesses and individuals to get with the program.
The governor announced the order, with some exceptions, as well as millions in grants for businesses.
There are four major decisions lawmakers are tackling before the end of this legislative session.
The problem is easy to understand, but appears impossible to solve.
There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.
Check out the numbers behind the November 2019 general election.
Everything went swimmingly… so what’s next?
Is VoteWA ready for its debut, live and untested?
Teachers ratified a new contract Monday and the Board of Education will consider it next month.
Last week, the governor vetoed a single sentence repeated throughout a transportation budget.
Washington has been trying to make the first significant update in its water quality standards since the 1990s.
Frank Chopp is gone, and John Lovick is taking the reigns.
His absence from The Hill may explain why things are moving smoothly over there.
Time is running out on these “iconic creatures.”
State Sen. Steve Hobbs of Lake Stevens is pondering whether to move the bill out of the committee.
Republicans see their role as fixing or foiling bad bills. Democrats’ tax bills are their new target.
The court will be ruling on whether Inslee’s executive actions for addressing climate change were an overreach of power.
House Bill 1768 would define “recovery” in state legislation if the bill is passed.
Who knows if Democrats and Republicans can agree on this issue.