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UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 22, 2020

Flavored vaping products would be banned under Senate bill

Washington residents would be unable to purchase flavored vaping products, even if they don’t contain nicotine, under a bill being considered by the Senate aimed keeping them away from minors.


Washington Legislative Preview 2020: Legislators, Inslee look to reduce homeless numbers

As the number of homeless individuals and families grows around the state, legislative leaders are looking to reduce those numbers with long-term solutions but don’t yet agree about immediate approaches.


Washington attorney general, legislators pushing for stricter gun control laws

Attorney General Bob Ferguson and a group of Democratic legislators will try for more gun control legislation next year with a push for pending bills that would ban the sale …


UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 26, 2019

‘Faithless electors’ would lose their position under Senate bill

Members of the Electoral College in Washington would lose their position if they voted for someone who didn’t win the presidential election that year, a bill that passed the Senate …


UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 15, 2019

Libraries, parks and child-care facilities would become gun-free zones under Washington Senate bill

Public libraries, parks and child care facilities could be added to the list of gun-free zones in Washington in what supporters say is an effort to keep children safe in …


UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 1, 2019

Washington could demand tax returns from presidential candidates

Presidential candidates could be required to release their tax returns to appear on the Washington ballot.


UPDATED: Tue., April 18, 2017

Washington Senate honors the late Spokane County Judge Sam Cozza

Senate resolution honors late Judge Sam Cozza.


King County appoints attorney to replace lawmaker Hunter

The King County Council has chosen a Bellevue attorney to replace Ross Hunter in the Washington House of Representatives.


King County Council appoints Bellevue attorney to replace lawmaker Ross Hunter

The King County Council has chosen a Bellevue attorney to replace Ross Hunter in the Washington House of Representatives.