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The Washington governor has been a critic of the president on a number of issues.
He said his superiors warned him to stop speaking out about what he considered sluggish preparations.
GM will make ventilators under contract for much-smaller Ventec Life Systems.
Both parties lined up behind the most colossal economic relief bill in the nation’s history.
Clearing reached milepost 172 before the work stoppage.
Nine times the usual number of people filed for unemployment in Washington last week.
A lawsuit on behalf of nine detainees said they’d face danger if the coronavirus spreads in the jail.
The officer was hit while he was placing spike strips on I-5 during a police pursuit.
Gov. Jay Inslee ordered Washington residents to stay at home for the next two weeks.
Among other things, they found that Life Care Center of Kirkland failed to rapidly identify and manage sick residents.
Jay Inslee on Monday took an aggressive new step to curb social interactions as coronavirus deaths rise.
Health officials plan to ration medical resources when the coronavirus outbreak worsens.
Gov. Inslee has named retired Navy Vice Admiral Raquel Bono director for the state’s COVID-19 team.
The governor isn’t ready to order residents to shelter in place, but Everett’s mayor pretty much did.
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He discussed new protections for at-risk employees during the coronavirus outbreak.
The governor’s office says there are no immediate plans to impose stricter limits on movement.
The facility is expected to provide up to 200 beds. King County anticipates needing 3,000 more.
Judges will focus on bail hearings under emergency COVID-19 rules proposed by Prosecutor Adam Cornell.
Cyrus Habib’s decision to forgo re-election creates a rare opening this year for a statewide office.