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Legislators push for tougher DUI laws

Lawmakers from all four caucuses said they want tougher DUI laws to pass this session, but the final decision is up to budget negotiators.

Senate passes body camera law

Cities and towns would be "strongly encouraged" to adopt ordinances to authorize body cameras for use by local law enforcement under a bill that also sets limits to the release of the footage from those cameras.

WaLeg Day 53: One week left

OLYMPIA – With one week to go, the Legislature is scheduled to wrestle with the budget, charter schools, a constitutional amendment on taxes, and programs to fight wildfires.

Gov. Inslee signs K-12 finance bill to answer Supreme Court

SEATTLE – Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday signed a bill that sets out a plan for finishing the Legislature’s work of reforming the way the state of Washington pays for K-12 education. The measure is the first bill the governor has signed this legislative session. It is designed to answer the Supreme Court’s 2012 ruling in the so-called McCleary decision that Washington’s school funding was not adequate or uniform.