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Cathy McMorris Rodgers: Out with the old, in with the new (tax code)

Americans deserve a tax code that is fair, and encourages U.S. businesses to hire more workers and invest here at home – and that’s exactly the results the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act is delivering for the middle-class families, says Cathy McMorris Rodgers.

Head of employment agency resigns after workplace report

The head of Washington state’s Employment Security Department has resigned after an outside investigation found several employees complained about him putting his arms around them or looking at their bodies in ways that made them uncomfortable.

John Spellman (1926-2018)

John Spellman, an affable pipe-smoking executive who was Washington’s last Republican governor, died Monday at age 91.

Spin Control: ‘Necessity defense’ will have its day in court

Spokane has a long and colorful history of “taking it to the streets” on everything from the Wobblies free speech and labor demonstrations a century ago to more recent protests on issues like abortion, nuclear arms, war and coal trains.

Spin Control: Eyman’s suit falls flat

While much of the Northwest was trying on eclipse glasses and peeking carefully at the sun Monday morning, initiative entrepreneur Tim Eyman was trying to convince a judge that voters need more items on the November ballot that the Legislature can ignore.

Lockdown lifted at Washington state Capitol

A lockdown at the Washington state Capitol was lifted Wednesday after law enforcement officers responding to a report of possible gunfire didn’t find anything suspicious.

Expiration of film tax credit could take a bite out of “Z Nation,” other productions

The state tax incentive for film productions in Washington is set to expire at the end of the month, and its chances of being renewed are uncertain. Without it, the series “Z Nation,” along with other television productions and movies that see an economic advantage of coming to the state are likely to seek a better deal elsewhere.