The state’s $150 million, joined by federal funds, will look at a bullet train between Portland and B.C.
The 39th District Republican representative will have new voters this year he will need to answer to.
Democrats and Republicans in the Legislature staked out clear budget and tax positions this year.
An Everett lawmaker’s bill will help update the state’s public meeting rules for the 21st century.
Reforms to WA Cares provide fairness and help ensure a benefit millions will need in the future.
Steve Hobbs, facing voters this year, is working to fortify systems to secure and promote elections.
Suspending payments would allow time to improve programs for student loans and financial aid.
Support may be growing in Congress to end our twice-yearly time change and adopt DST for good.
The orca, taken from Penn Cove in 1970 to a Miami aquarium, should live out her days in home waters.
The pandemic has depleted the number of volunteers who look out for long-term care residents.
Having to fill a $2 billion gap in the $16.8 billion plan, lawmakers should avoid cutting projects.
A United Nations panel report warns that climate change is speeding up, making it harder to adapt.
Its citizens are determined to fight for their freedom; we can assist by aiding refugees and others.
Ten years after state voters legalized marijuana, the industry and public need more protection.
Election offices have seen a jump in records requests, while lawmakers consider election reforms.
Proposals for public and official review of its maps are a start, but the commission needs a revamp.
Better pay elsewhere has discouraged some from working to care for those with disabilities.
For the sake of families and the state economy, bolster K-12 schools and post-secondary education.
A Washington Health Alliance report finds wide differences in what care costs across the state.
The state schools chief says local health district policy should replace the state’s mask mandate.