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Shawn Vestal: Another chance to choose decency over loyalty, Representative

Here’s your chance, Representative. If it hasn’t passed you by.


UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 4, 2017, 7:53 p.m.

Inslee, Ferguson threaten to sue Trump over proposed end of DACA

Washington’s governor and attorney general are threatening legal action if President Donald Trump ends a program shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation.


Marena Guzman: Immigration bills would allow me to fulfill dream

With DACA, I have found prosperity and hopefully a bright future in Washington state. I am here to earn a place in America through hard work and respect.


McMorris Rodgers: Obama’s immigration actions defy his presidential power

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers on Tuesday called a Texas federal judge’s ruling halting President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration further proof a legislative fix is needed for the country’s …


Inslee says Legislature left things undone

OLYMPIA — Washington faces reduced maintenance on roads and bridges as well as cuts in mass transit because the Legislature did not pass a major package this year of transportation …


Immigrant college aid bill heads to Gov. Inslee’s desk

OLYMPIA – Students who aren’t legal residents but who grow up in Washington and graduate from its schools will be eligible for some state financial aid for college under key …


Washington state Senate approves Dream Act

OLYMPIA – A bipartisan Senate easily approved extending the state’s college need-based grants to students who graduate from Washington high schools and don’t currently qualify because they are not legal …


UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 31, 2014, 3:36 p.m.

Senate passes Hope/Dream Act

OLYMPIA — The Senate approved extending financial aid to some college students who are not legal residents.


Dream Act clears Washington House on first day; Senate fate uncertain

OLYMPIA – The House moved quick to reiterate its support for expanding college aid to qualifying students who aren’t legal residents, passing the DREAM Act less than an hour after …


Undocumented students work to pass financial aid act

Tears stained Elena Calderon’s cheeks Thursday as she stepped up to speak at Eastern Washington University during a student-organized rally in support of immigrants’ right to compete for state financial …


U.S. may clear way for illegals to stay

The Obama administration said it will review the cases of 300,000 illegal immigrants currently in deportation proceedings to identify “low-priority” offenders – including the elderly, crime victims and people who …