Washington moved a step closer to banning eyeball tattoos Friday as a key committee sent the proposal to the full House.
Free college for everyone may not be coming to Washington, but many students could see the cost of their post-secondary education reduced – although by just how much is still up in the air.
Senate bill to remove personal exemptions for all childhood vaccinations receives committee approval.
A new carbon tax proposal would raise the price of gasoline 15 cents per gallon at the pump as part of a $17 billion package on transportation and environmental projects.
Proposal to allow college athletes to seek outside compensation moves forward with a change to keep Washington schools from being “guinea pigs” for a fight with the NCAA.
Proposed additions to gun-free zones advance but don’t include libraries.
In a bipartisan vote, the Washington House agrees to raise age for buying tobacco and vaping products to 21.
Some Washington voters in the future could mark their ballots for more than one candidate in local elections, indicating which one they like best. Local governments could choose to use a system known as “ranked choice voting” under a bill heard Wednesday by a House committee.
Washington shouldn’t lead the nation to create a way for college athletes to get paid, schools say.
Demanding money to remove false information posted about a person or a business on social media could become a felony in Washington.
An effort to open some legislative records to the public while keeping others secret is likely dead, lawmakers acknowledged Tuesday morning.
Washington could make it easier to crack down on dog fighting and selling horses to be slaughtered for human consumption under bills trying to survive a deadline in a House committee.
Washington is preparing to sue the federal government over President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to expand the border wall if any state funding is cut, Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday.
Rep. Matt Shea links gun rights, a new state in Eastern Washington at a Capitol rally.
A plan that could wipe out as many as 200,000 misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions for Washington adults was sent to a Senate budget committee Thursday after efforts to restrict its scope were rejected.
Public libraries, parks and child care facilities could be added to the list of gun-free zones in Washington in what supporters say is an effort to keep children safe in more places.
Senate votes to ban fracking in Washington.
Washington public schools would be required to teach comprehensive sexual health education courses that emphasize relations free from violence and coercion as well as the importance of consent, under a proposal being considered by a Senate committee.
A proposal to give lawmakers special exemptions to keep some records secret was denounced by media and open government advocates.
Washington could wipe out as many as 200,000 convictions for misdemeanor marijuana possession for adults who don’t have anything else on their criminal records.
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