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Starting Wednesday, a four-phase plan will allow restrictions at nursing homes to gradually be relaxed.
An audit didn’t find an answer but revealed schools don’t exclude students lacking immunization records.
He tells supporters he wants to ensure Washington remains a “progressive beacon” for the nation.
A disagreement among Democrats on lifting school levy cap threatened to force a special session.
Higher taxes on banks, businesses and high tech giants will help balance the two-year spending plan.
Lawmakers want to target serial offenders with a new penalty and much higher fines for tickets.
Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages.
A new law advances election to early March. Voters must pick a party to participate.
Eliminating the state parks pass in favor of a vehicle licensing fee is one possibility being studied.
A follow-up survey is open now to see how the public would divvy up dollars for education.
Many think the two-term Democratic governor has his political eye on challenging Trump for president.
Rejection of proposed changes in the law angered and shocked parents who lost adult children.
That’s just one suggestion in a report on how to cover the cost of managing state recreation areas.
A new study tackles a nagging question of whether it’s cheaper for Washington State Ferries to have vessels built at shipyards in other… Continue reading