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Lawmakers want the group’s analysis to cover a lot of ground.
Craig Collar, 54, who will return to Montana, joined the utility as a senior manager in 2006.
Here are eight undertakings that will incite possible action by lawmakers in the future.
The state is considering options for a pot-delivery system that can be monitored.
The unintended consequences could be costly for school districts.
How does 15 percent sound? School districts are bracing for potentially difficult negotiations.
Community Transit’s second bus rapid transit line, from Bothell to Paine Field, is to open next year.
They solicited the Everett congressman’s help in steering additional federal aid to the county.
He was a sharp-tongued insider of Republican politics in the county and state for half a century.
The Legislature has approved a report to the state Supreme Court about the so-called McCleary case.
The backlog of the state’s database used by law enforcement reaches nearly a half million records.
Sax won a seat on the County Council in 2001 by defeating the incumbent councilman, Dave Somers.
The Department of Licensing forgot to collect $15 fees on more than 32,000 cars — 4,000 in the county.
Sen. Marko Liias says the new law sends a message to LGBTQ youth: “There is nothing wrong with you.”
The legislation aims to make clearer for filers how to follow reporting rules and avoid mistakes.
Legislators and the state superintendent think the latest budget will satisfy the Supreme Court.
He and lawmakers think they’ve finally met the mandate to fully fund public education.
The state now must give local officials detailed information before introducing big game animals.
The Republican will challenge incumbent Sen. Steve Hobbs, D-Lake Stevens, in the 44th District.
It would give the Public Disclosure Commission greater discretion in resolving violations.