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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.
With Democrats in charge, it may pass this time around.
A state Democrat is looking at installing a 10-year, $10 billion transportation package financed primarily with a carbon fee and a gas-tax increase.
In an annual rite, lawmakers are already putting bills in the hopper they want to debate next year.
He may be a long shot, but so were several of our previous presidents.
Bargaining agreements, mental health services, homelessness programs and the fight against opioid addiction take a lot of money to fund.
Those who came out ahead include Big Oil and Big Soda.
The “Rainy Day” fund and the McCleary decision is expected to take most of the state revenue.