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Spin Control: Task force sends Legislature its thoughts on open records

Task force on legislative public records send off its recommendations. The question remains whether the 2019 Legislature use them as a springboard to more transparency.

UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 9, 2018

Legislators ‘not that special’ when it comes to public records law, media lawyers say

Washington law has hundreds of exemptions to the Public Records Act that would likely allow legislators to protect sensitive information, attorneys who specialize in media law told a task force.

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 19, 2017

New driver’s license won’t flag undocumented residents, sponsor says

Standard driver’s license won’t be good for federal ID, but won’t single out undocumented immigrants, senator says.

Spin Control: Lawmakers offer plan to satisfy feds on driver’s license fight

State lawmakers at the top of the transportation policy pyramid have what they think is a solution to Washington’s long, and likely losing, battle over its driver’s license system.

Senate proposal raises gas tax

OLYMPIA – The coalition controlling the Washington Senate released a $12 billion transportation package that would raise gasoline taxes by 11.5 cents a gallon over three years and finish several …

Getting There: GOP offers alternative to hiking gas tax

Failure this summer of a proposed 10.5-cent increase in Washington’s gas tax to fund big transportation projects such as the North Spokane Corridor has caused some state lawmakers to seek …