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You can still bring a gun to the House gallery, though.
The ex-county and state lawmaker is now political director for the national Humane Society.
The Lake Stevens Democrat will chair the Senate Transportation Committee.
Kirk Pearson resigned earlier this month to accept a job in the Trump administration.
The historic election had it all, from a lackluster party to a spoiler candidate to a bad headline.
Brian Baird and Chris Vance unveil a new organization called Washington Independents.
Lawmakers must act during the next legislative session to satisfy the state Supreme Court.
Rep. Suzan DelBene’s amendments to restore deductions, which the bill does away with, were rejected.
She was accused of failing to ‘timely and properly’ report an in-kind contribution worth thousands.
The changes are the result of the Democrats regaining the majority in the Senate.
A Manka Dhingra win in the 45th District would give Democrats a 25-24 advantage in the Senate.
The Republican legislator and staunch supporter helped bring a campaigning Trump to Everett in 2016.
At question is the amount of information Tim Eyman must share in a civil case.
Also: A too-young school board candidate in Sultan is old enough now, and he’s running as a write-in.
In Mountlake Terrace, Seaun Richards filed to run against fellow member Kyoko Matsumoto Wright.
Many campaign donors are giving to both Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy.
As each side argues over school funding, the schools chief pushes for more special education money.
She has a formidable House seat opponent in Elizabeth Scott, a conservative former state lawmaker.
Some hope that a Democratic victory in the Senate race will spur a bipartisan Hirst compromise.
But they didn’t ask for testimony from the transportation committee members who negotiated the bill.