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Among them: A Sultan city councilman aiming for Congress and a 19-year-old with his eye on Olympia.
Candidate filing begins Monday for local, state and federal offices.
The state is concerned over the implications the case has on lands held by other tribes in Washington.
The district turned down the union’s demand to bargain. “Our position is we’ve got a closed contract.”
Lacking deep-pocketed donors this time, he says he’s willing to risk his own retirement money.
Rep. David Sawyer, a Democrat, has been accused of inappropriate or harassing behavior.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife’s expenses are climbing, while sales of licenses are down.
It would also prohibit local taxes on other food and drinks typically sold in supermarkets.
Everett’s Rick Larsen is one of 6 state House Democrats who so far have no Republican challengers.
Kim Wyman is asking Gov. Jay Inslee for the authority to reimburse counties for postal costs.
Lawmakers think they have complied with a court mandate. Those who sued are willing to wait and see.
Snohomish and other counties want to be reimbursed by the state, whose lawmakers required them.
It’s resisting “cumbersome” requirement that it file annual financial reports as required by state law.
The two-county measure is passing, 50.4 percent to 49.6 percent — a widening margin.
New proposal tackles age requirements, background checks, firearms training, safe storage and more.
Looking ahead to 2019-20, the state schools superintendent wants to know how to spend money.
He died Friday. His “deft touch” led to the Northwest Power Act and Ebey’s Landing historical reserve.
Property levies are on the ballot for the Sno-Isle Library District and Darrington schools.
Officials are in this position after voters did not approve a $330.6 million bond measure in February.
Lawmakers want the group’s analysis to cover a lot of ground.