Washington Supreme Court to decide a remaining issue from the 2016 presidential election.
Legislature considers statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.
Mother of Freeman High School shooting victim Sam Strahan says common sense gun laws “will save lives.”
Legislature considers the “human composting” alternative to burial and cremation.
Proposals to change the state’s presidential primary system likely to leave some group unhappy.
Rep. Matt Shea calls for a gun behind every blade of grass and people willing to fight gun control.
The congresswoman told reporters Friday that the partial government shutdown, now concluding its fourth week, provided an opportunity for lawmakers to strike a deal on border security and immigration reform, even as party leaders in Washington D.C. appear far apart on a compromise.
Former Gov. Jerry Brown joins Gov. Jay Inslee in lobbying legislators for new laws to fight climate change.
Gov. Jay Inslee proposes state effort to close broadband “gaps”.
Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposed tax increases generated the expected support and opposition Wednesday as the Senate began hearings on new revenue for the state’s upcoming budgets.
State elected officials would have to wait a year to become lobbyists under a House proposal.
Bill would ban tobacco and vaping sales in Washington to those under 21.
Washington should fight climate change as well as improve schools and the mental health system, Gov. Jay Inslee tells Legislature.
New Legislature starts session with most diverse membership.
House panel hears no opposition to changes to deadly force initiative, I-940, that voters approved last November.
It may be easier than ever to keep tabs on what lawmakers are doing over in Olympia.
Contact information for members of the Spokane-area delegation.
Washington legislators return to Olympia on Monday expecting more money to flow into state coffers than ever before, but with demands to spend even more.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and several nationally known senators are commanding most of the attention in Democrats’ early presidential angling, but there are several governors and mayors eyeing 2020 campaigns, as well.
Gov. Jay Inslee pushed back Thursday against suggestions he won’t have his full attention on Washington when the Legislature starts next Monday.
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