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A Lake Stevens lawmaker says a gas tax increase and a carbon fee could cover $16.6 billion of projects.
The brother of a slide victim says a 23-mile stretch is “sacred ground and that’s how it should be treated.”
Even with a robust economy, the majority party might seek more revenue to carry out its wish list.
This time, in the Senate, an even stricter vaccination requirement for school children gets a hearing.
A city prosecutor deemed it a crime and has cited the well-known ballot-initiative promoter for theft.
Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.
Five floors and 600 stalls would address a shortage for students of UW Bothell and Cascadia College.
There are proposals, but no hostile fire over how to provide savings without derailing light rail.
Voting ends today on $96 million for school construction and security upgrades.
And an extra amount could get tacked on for those who put a dummy in the passenger seat.
Lawmakers want to limit the ability of parents to opt out of immunizations for their children.
Misleading postcards didn’t violate election laws because they touted non-candidates, the PDC found.
Other statewide officeholders will get increases too. Tim Eyman vows to give voters a chance to block them.
A bill passed by the state Senate would move the vote to March 10, 2020, a week after Super Tuesday.
Everett residents are asking officials to shorten the timeline for contaminated areas.
After months of talks, the instructors secured an agreement for 18 percent raises this school year.
State lawmakers are considering what rules are needed to govern the newest wave of delivery vehicles.
Workers, including 452 from Snohomish County, can apply for retroactive state unemployment benefits.
Bills in the House and Senate could mean residents bothered by odor won’t be able to sue.
Legislators are about to pass a bill making it easier to prosecute cops involved in shootings.