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As litigation continues over access to legislators’ records, a task force will begin meeting next month.
State Sen. Steve Hobbs is getting slammed for supporting bills introduced by GOP lawmakers.
Participation could creep higher this year because voters, for the first time, won’t need stamps.
Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.
Backers have submitted petitions to put Initiative 1634 to a vote in November.
Under the proposal, gun owners could face fines ranging from $500 to $10,000.
The father of the surviving victim of the 2016 Mukilteo shootings helped deliver the petitions.
They’re all gearing up for legal duel with the state over money and power.
Proponents of Initiative 1631 turned in 380,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Some candidates react to the push for “civility” over what they consider “free speech.”
The Shoreline lawmaker, re-elected seven times, once called herself “the enemy of the builders.”
Soon, some of those languishing behind bars may need to be released and charges against them dismissed.
The justices ruled 5-4 that government workers cannot be forced to pay a fee for a union’s services.
Home values climbed an average 12.2 percent since a year ago, the assessor says.
Washington also is considering becoming more significant by moving its primary to early March.
The state’s aerospace competitiveness study overlooks two key unknowns: labor relations and politics.
The daily sanctions in the case known as McCleary are over, but the issue is far from resolved.
Sponsors must collect and turn in the signatures of 259,622 registered Washington voters by July 6.
A group is seeking class-action status in an attempt to recover more than $240 million.
The competitive nature of the initiative and referendum season now peaking in Washington.