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Mayor Kartak explains the city’s response to May 31 protests
The Washington governor has been a critic of the president on a number of issues.
A bill headed to the governor affirms deal the Tulalip Tribes reached with the state and county.
A new survey found that 52% of adults in the area say they are Democrats or that they lean Democratic.
Spending plans use transfers and other tools to offset $453M less in revenue due to Initiative 976
On Monday, House and Senate leaders unveiled supplemental spending plans for the 2020-21 fiscal year.
The primary is happening on the second Tuesday in March, rather than late May.
Lawmakers ran out of time to debate and vote on 120 amendments, most of which were single word changes.
During an Editorial Board interview, he also discussed a wide range of other issues on the state agenda.
A new law would affirm a sales tax agreement the Tulalip Tribes reached with the state and county.
The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration, where it stalled last session.
The agreement is a path to revenue-sharing compacts with all tribes, but a new law is needed to make it happen.
They’ve introduced 1,341 bills. It’s time they started focusing on the ones that matter most.
Staffers are concerned that every complaint they make, no matter how small, will be made public.
A Senate bill would bring some savings. Foes say it doesn’t go far enough and ignores will of voters.
The Republican state representative, linked to domestic terrorism, is not likely to get the boot.
Documents supporting the conclusion that Shea could have engaged in domestic terrorism will be released.
House and Senate administrators in Washington are working through how to deal with the influx.
Today, a House panel tackles assault weapons ban and allowing cities to enact firearm restrictions.
Bills banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines will receive public hearings this week.