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What we do know is that he’s off to Iowa in June to deliver the keynote address at a party fundraiser.
Public concern for teacher salaries may be steadfast, but patience for conflict is wearing thin.
Lacking deep-pocketed donors this time, he says he’s willing to risk his own retirement money.
Everett’s Rick Larsen is one of 6 state House Democrats who so far have no Republican challengers.
New proposal tackles age requirements, background checks, firearms training, safe storage and more.
Here are eight undertakings that will incite possible action by lawmakers in the future.
How does 15 percent sound? School districts are bracing for potentially difficult negotiations.
He was a sharp-tongued insider of Republican politics in the county and state for half a century.
The legislation aims to make clearer for filers how to follow reporting rules and avoid mistakes.
Legislators and the state superintendent think the latest budget will satisfy the Supreme Court.
The internet probably isn’t the best place these days for Democrats and Republicans to duke it out.
You’ll no doubt be hearing about it in campaign ads next fall.
Jared Mead will challenge Rep. Mark Harmsworth for Position 2 in the 44th Legislative District.
It was not always a civil process, but two diametrically opposed groups managed to find common ground.
Sound Transit now can levy a tax only on full parcels entirely within its taxing district.
Among them: Highway 9 through Clearview, Highway 530 in Darrington and the new Mukilteo ferry terminal.
These proposals or accomplishments could reverberate next November. Tell us what you think.
Lawmakers are tripping over one another with schemes to roll back the hike they imposed.
Some GOP House members were concerned about people who are ineligible to vote still voting.
They can hold a special election in two months, but how do they change the minds of enough voters?