Washington and other states that have legalized recreational marijuana should be careful about how they spend the tax money it generates, according to a study released Monday by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has spent more than half his days traveling out of state on the campaign trail in the five months since declaring his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Gov. Jay Inslee gets mixed reviews for his performance in Wednesday night’s debate.
Jay Inslee got more time on camera in Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate. The question is whether he’ll get any time on camera in the next debate.
House signs contract with outside investigators to determine whether Rep. Matt Shea has promoted political violence.
New laws governing everything from partially full wine bottles to fracking are set to become law on Sunday.
In the second Democratic presidential candidate debate, Jay Inslee will face a new lineup but the same challenge.
U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said President Trump was “wrong” in his suggestion that four congresswoman should go back to the countries they came from.
As usual, Mike Leach and Chris Petersen top the annual state employee salaries list.
People with obesity qualify for some workplace protections under the state’s anti-discrimination laws, state Supreme Court rules.
The former head of Ross Perot’s presidential campaign in Washington remembers the outsider politician who died Tuesday at the age of 89 as a wonderful boss.
Tim Eyman will have one familiar initiative on the November ballot that deals with $30 car tabs, but could not muster the signatures to get a second measure that would end new taxes the Legislature passes after a year unless voters ratify them.
Political dominoes are lining up for Washington’s 2020 elections, waiting on Gov. Jay Inslee’s decision about whether to continue his presidential run before deciding which way they’ll fall.
New rules for buying a semi-automatic rifle, storing firearms in Washington start today.
Round one of the Democratic presidential candidates debate is tonight with 10 candidates and at least one familiar face for Washington residents.
Gov. Jay Inslee will be off on the right wing Wednesday night for the Democratic presidential candidate debate. That’s where he’ll be on the television screen, not a prediction of his political positions.
Protesters ask state Investment Board to pull money out of funds that profit from the bail bond industry.
Gov. Jay Inslee may be among the candidates with the most to win, or lose, from the upcoming Democratic presidential debates.
Gov. Jay Inslee will share the stage with U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar, U.S. Reps. Tulsi Gabbard and Tim Ryan, former U.S. Reps. Beto O’Rourke and John Delaney, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro.
Keeping legislative records secret called a “black hole” by news media lawyer, part of the balance between transparency and efficiency by lawmakers’ lawyer.