Colleges and universities might be required to “ban the box” on student applications.
State universities would have to be more public about their athletic spending under a bill sponsored by Sen. Andy Billig.
House panels consider proposals to help for homeless and foster youth.
Some Western Washington school districts think the state’s increased property tax levy hurt them at the polls.
House passes its own version of a bill to end fish farms with non-native species in Washington waters.
Washington marijuana businesses are struggling after a data breach to the state’s online tracking system allowed hackers to access information on delivery vehicles, routes and approximate travel times.
Senate votes to extend health care benefits to Marshall Island natives living in Washington.
Sexual assault survivors would receive more information faster about rape kit availability under a bill passed Friday by the House Health Care and Wellness Committee.
People under 21 could no longer purchase tobacco or vapor products in Washington under
The Appleway Trail in Spokane would be renamed after the late Sen. Bob McCaslin, R-Spokane Valley, under a bill passed by a state House committee Thursday.
Homeless students in Washington would have more support for housing and living service while attending universities under two bills passed by a legislative committee Wednesday.
Congress should protect “Dreamers,” resolution says.
Some people recorded by police body cameras would continue have their privacy protected when that footage is sought as a public record under a proposal being considered by the Senate.
Legislature considers repealing 1998 initiative banning affirmative action.
Senate committee approves elimination of death penalty for most murders.
Senate panel considers bills to rein in sexual assault and harassment in the workplace.
A person convicted of domestic violence harassment could be forced to surrender their guns under a bill being considered by a Senate committee.
Democratic control of the Senate means 2018 could be the year that Washington abolishes the death penalty, Attorney General Bob Ferguson says.
Internet providers push back Thursday against legislation that would require them to keep offering open Internet service.
WSU medical school would join others in the state process for setting up residency programs.
Senate considers requiring coverage of abortions for plans that offer maternity care.
State residents would know more about parties who spend money for campaign ads under two bills heard by a Senate panel Friday.
Senate bill would ban conversion therapy for LGBT youth.
Senate committee considers tougher workplace laws.
Washington teachers would get help with state-required lessons on Native American culture.