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A $17.8 billion plan dealing with highways, ferries and transit has cleared the state Senate transportation panel.
Billy Frank Jr., a Nisqually tribal member, was a champion of treaty rights and the environment.
One of the bills will require officers to intervene if their colleagues engage in excessive force.
Experts are concerned over possible infections related to the animal’s tagging site.
The auditor’s office indicated that the total amount stolen in Washington state could exceed $1 billion.
One new rule would allow the state to declare an “infested site” for 20 meters around a nest.
Another man, Kaleb Cole, whose weapons were seized in Arlington, is due to face trial in September.
The bill passed the Democratic-led chamber on a bipartisan 47-2 vote and now heads back to the House.
It’s a new exception to the law forbidding “any female to expose or permit public display of her bosom.”
The two on board managed to make it back to shore of Blakley Island.
The measure passed the Senate on a bipartisan 47-1 vote and now heads to Gov. Jay Inslee.
The former lawmaker was praised as a “quiet giant” for his work on education, environment and tribal issues.
They will be the newest extension of Sound Transit’s Link system, which will eventually reach Snohomish County.
Counties must now fail both metrics for case counts and hospitalizations in order to move back a phase.
Currently, landlords can end month-to-month leases with 20 days’ notice. The bill now goes to the House.
Republicans objected, saying it would endanger officers and the public alike.
The choir rehearsal became one of the most pivotal transmission episodes in understanding the virus.
Approval for the sale has been withdrawn. It would have resulted in records being sent to other states.
At a news conference Thursday the governor said “we’ve let our guard down to some degree.”
As many as 114 people serving life without parole will be eligible for resentencing.