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A new forecast predicts nearly $1.3 billion more income in the next three years than expected.
The Senate approved the bill but would need to vote on any changes made by the House.
Capital punishment would be replaced with life in prison without the possibility of parole.
They can hold a special election in two months, but how do they change the minds of enough voters?
The secretary of state under President Barack Obama was an architect of the Paris climate accord.
The legislation would affect 55 properties partly inside and partly outside the taxing district.
It passed a bill which would put a similar diversion center program in Spokane County.
A bill was approved to give every community a safe way to dispose of unused medications.
A Department of Licensing coding glitch in the “motor-voter” program led to the late delivery.
Richard Aboulafia has been hired to evaluate weaknesses as Washington seeks to host 797 assembly.
Since regaining the majority, Democrats have five noticeable developments on their to-do list.
A committee has a fix to make up for lower Sound Transit fees on license-plate renewals.
Ten of 12 stretches of HOV lanes fail to meet state standards for peak-hour flow.
State legislators say they support access, but want constituents’ privacy protected.
Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, serves in the 39th Legislative District.
The three finalists will be on campus for interviews in late February.
Republicans want lower taxes and a reorganized transit agency, but Democrats are in the driver’s seat.
The legislation now goes to the House for consideration.
State officials were unfazed — until last summer’s accidental release of up to 260,000 non-native fish.
The elusive cryptid could help raise money for state parks by appearing on specialty plates.