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The internet probably isn’t the best place these days for Democrats and Republicans to duke it out.
President Trump wants to cut a $1.17 billion grant. Bipartisans in Congress could preserve it.
Motivated by a Seattle tax on pop, they are planning an initiative to keep groceries mostly tax-free.
Previously, Dale Peinecke was a chairman of the Workforce Development Council of Snohomish County.
They didn’t get to vote on the Sound Transit plan but have been required to pay the tax.
You’ll no doubt be hearing about it in campaign ads next fall.
Jared Mead will challenge Rep. Mark Harmsworth for Position 2 in the 44th Legislative District.
A temporary infusion of state money will get the pilot program launched next month in Everett.
The Mukilteo political activist, meanwhile, is suing the state himself over Initiative 940.
There was too little time and Republicans had amendments they seemed intended to filibuster on.
Besides school funding and a property-tax cut, they enacted far-ranging progressive laws.
The 32nd District representative, first elected in 1998, has been a champion of children and education.
But there are some questions about car tabs and increasing the age to buy a semiautomatic rifle.
It was not always a civil process, but two diametrically opposed groups managed to find common ground.
Sound Transit now can levy a tax only on full parcels entirely within its taxing district.
It will be illegal in Washington to sell or own devices that make semiautomatic guns fire more rapidly.
The Snohomish representative from the 39th District has served in the Legislature since 2003.
The Senate and House disagree over whether lost revenue from a lower fee should be offset right away.
A report due in June will sort out what city, county and state officials think are the best options.
And news organizations that successfully sued have agreed to seek a stay of a judge’s disclosure order.