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Should the state require students to learn cursive? One senator thinks so.
Friction between Spokane lawmaker and council.
Friction between Spokane lawmaker and Spokane City Council.
A divided Senate refused to confirm Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson.
Motorcycles could go around cars in slow-moving traffic by "sharing" the far left lane or shoulder under a bill that passed the Senate Friday.
A bill that restricts the use of bathrooms, locker rooms and other public facilities based on genitalia, was approved by a Senate committee
A divided Senate Law and Justice Committee approved a bill that would ban abortions performed based on the gender of the fetus.
House restricts court fees and fines.
State wouldn’t erase recent Spokane ordinance requiring family leave for many businesses under a change to a bill approved Wednesday.
Spokane's family leave ordinance would survive under a change to a workplace bill approved Wednesday.
House panel considers plan to reintroduce salmon in the upper columbia
Members of the Spokane tribe asked legislators to join an effort to bring salmon back to the Upper Columbia River.
Law and Justice Committee considers a bill to outlaw abortions for sex selection.
Outlawing abortions for parents who want to select the gender of their baby would be a way for Washington to say it doesn’t allow sex discrimination anywhere, supporters of a bill told a Senate committee Tuesday. Opponents countered the bill is a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist in the state and perpetuates a ugly stereotype
A busy day for committee hearings with a wide range of topics.
OLYMPIA – Senate considers proposals to standardize leave, minimum wage.
Lieutenant governor bounces senator from task force.
A $100 million new software system for Washington’s community colleges has been plagued with problems, and could cost another $10 million to fix. That money likely will come out of students’ pockets.
Senate Republicans start getting documents on prison releases, hire investigator to manage them.
Having issued their subpoenas for documents on problems with prison releases, Senate Republicans confront new situation: Someone has to go through them.