City: Spokane, WA
Occupation: Retired law professor
Education: Earned bachelor’s at Stanford University, teaching credential from the University of California at Santa Barbara and law degree from Yale Law School.
Experience: Professor at Gonzaga Law School for 28 years. Former attorney at Lukins & Annis. Clerked for the Idaho Supreme Court.
Family: Married, three children
- Web: dewolfforjustice.org
Parental notification for teen abortions called “common sense” by supporter, unwarranted intrusion by opponent at Senate committee hearing.
A perennial proposal to require Washington minors to notify parents before getting an abortion drew familiar support and opposition Thursday, and may wind up with the same fate as last year’s proposal: Getting partway through the Legislature, then dying.
Washington state won’t have new members on its Supreme Court as three incumbents successfully fended off challenges.
Controversial decisions, independent campaign money mean this year’s state Supreme Court races aren’t tame affairs.