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Everett residents are asking officials to shorten the timeline for contaminated areas.
Legislators are about to pass a bill making it easier to prosecute cops involved in shootings.
Inslee focused on climate change but also seemed to be testing anthems for a national campaign.
Normally, Cyrus Habib would preside over an annual joint session. But he said he felt vulnerable.
Lawmakers will debate climate change, the mental health system and taxes over the next 105 days.
The Frank Chopp era will end soon. Everett’s Robinson is among a crowd of women who may seek the job.
The governor is pushing for reform of a real estate excise tax that House Democrats failed to pass.
A lawmaker’s statewide plan would remove culverts, redo the U.S. 2 trestle and fund many other projects.
In an annual rite, lawmakers are already putting bills in the hopper they want to debate next year.
With a signature issue and a federal PAC, he is well-positioned for entry into the 2020 contest.
Tina Podlodowski is facing a challenge from Jason Call, who is pushing for a more progressive agenda.
The state has never had so much money to spend on government. Inslee says it is still not enough.
The ex-lawmaker runs a small state agency, so when he shared that essay on Facebook, people noticed.
So were gun-safety advocates. But the governor and others concerned about climate change came up short.
Democrat Ivan Lewis is battling Republican Robert Sutherland, and history, in the 39th district.
Last time, in 2010, it was Democrats. This time it’s conservatives. Either way, it’s opaque misdirection.
If a citizen panel approves the raises in February, Eyman vows to pursue a referendum to repeal them.
AG Ferguson is still waiting for financial records from the Mukilteo initiative promoter.
Gov. Inslee warns of a $1.5 billion gap and says there are few ways to bridge it.
A special commission will soon set salaries for state officeholders, including the governor.