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Gov debate: Supermajority for taxes

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Gov debate: Transportation

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Gov debate: McKenna to Inslee

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Gov debate: Inslee to McKenna

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Gov debate: Coal exports terminals

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Gov debate: Jobs

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Gov debate: Higher ed

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Gov debate: Education

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Gov debate: Health care

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Gov debate: Opening statements

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Sunday Spin: Gov campaign heads for Spokane

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Spin Control: Both sides fuel up for critical Spokane debate

Spokane will be in the political limelight Tuesday as Washington’s first gubernatorial debate of the season takes the stage at the Bing Crosby Theater. The Association of Washington Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated are co-hosting the premier head-to-head between Republican Rob McKenna and Democrat Jay Inslee at 3:30 p.m., the second debate on a two-event card. Two guys who want McKenna’s current job of state attorney general, Republican Reagan Dunn and Democrat Bob Ferguson, are the warm-up debate at 2 p.m.

Inslee campaign complains about AWB donor

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Judge rules against two-thirds tax law

OLYMPIA – Requiring a supermajority for the Legislature to approve tax increases, as Washington voters have required several times over the past two decades, is unconstitutional, a King County Superior Court judge said Wednesday. The state constitution says legislation is to be passed by a simple majority and voters can’t change that standard with an initiative, Judge Bruce Heller ruled in a case brought by a dozen state representatives, the state teachers union and education advocates.

Inslee, McKenna split on gay marriage

Gay marriage in Washington state is all but certain to be decided by voters in November, but the state’s gubernatorial candidates will be offsetting each other’s votes on whether to uphold the new law approving same-sex unions.

Speaking of convention speakers

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State gets piece of Skechers settlement

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Day 2 Filing Week: Inslee draws a crowd

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