Tim Eyman – a perennial initiative sponsor and 2020 Republican candidate for governor – concealed more than three-quarter of a million dollars in contributions to previous initiative campaigns, a Thurston County Superior Court judge ruled Friday.
A proposal to ban the sale of high-capacity gun magazines in Washington died by not receiving a vote by a key deadline Wednesday evening, but gun-control advocates quickly reloaded with a new proposal.
Washington’s senior senator said she’s not backing any of the Democratic contenders at this point, but is open to anyone who comes out on top.
Washington lawmakers received good news with the state’s latest revenue forecast showing they have significantly more money to work with as they prepare to unveil their supplemental state budget proposals
Washington could get a new state agency dedicated to reducing gun violence and improving safety, while certain parts needed to build a firearm could require a background check under bills that passed different chambers of the Legislature Tuesday
The Undocumented Student Support Loan Program would offer students low-interest loans.
Using a cellphone while driving in a school zone could cost you nearly double under a bill passed Tuesday by the House.
College graduates could get their transcript even if there’s a hold on their account due to unpaid parking or library fees, under a bill that passed the House.
Washington residents would have more control over their data and be able to delete it, make corrections or opt out of having their data used by companies for targeted advertising, under a bill passed by the state Senate on Friday.
Something that’s been legal in Idaho for nearly four decades might soon be legal in Washington. But only for bicyclists.
A change in state tax law that will hit many professional firms and tech businesses while it helps to pay for Washington’s expanded college scholarship programs was signed Monday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Federal attorneys in Seattle filed what may be an opening shot in a battle over immigration policies and their enforcement.
Republicans called the effort to remove Donald Trump from the White House an inadequate, partisan exercise, while Democrats said the ongoing concerns about electoral autonomy necessitated a conviction.
Washington laws could crack down on a person threatening mass violence and those who try to harass someone by making a false report to 911.
The Satake family of Spokane didn’t need to travel to the other Washington to appreciate the impact of national politics on their daily lives. They see it every day with 17-year-old Jake, a senior at North Central High School, who four years ago was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
Washington motorists would use fuel with fewer greenhouse gases – and likely pay more for it – over the next 15 years under a proposal to reduce those pollutants approved by the House on Wednesday.
Washington has no private prisons and a bill being considered by the Senate would keep it that way, banning private detention facilities even when they have contracts with federal agencies.
Domestic workers would be protected against retaliation by employers as well as threats or other intimidation tactics, under a bill being considered by the Senate.
House considers law to allow sports betting at tribal casinos.
Washington residents who spit in a tube or supply some other sample of their DNA to companies that analyze it for a fee would have legal protections for who could see the test results, under a proposal before a House panel.