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Fines are mounting against the state for not having a plan to ensure public schools are adequately funded.
Nothing like a few days away from the office to get one’s spirit rejuvenated and energy recharged.
Tim Eyman's thousands of supporters throughout the state may get a chance next year to put the anti-tax guru's name on the rebuilt Skagit River bridge on I-5.
The votes are counted, but contributions continue flowing to participants in this year’s election.
More than the usual exchange of cold and flu germs occurred among lawmakers this session.
It's going to be double overtime for state lawmakers.
Community college students received official word Friday they won't be paying higher tuition this fall.
Republican Pedro Celis needs a spark for his congressional campaign and hopes it will come from two men who helped a Tea Party-backed candidate unseat U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.
You may notice the daily media briefings on the Oso mudslide getting shorter and tenser with less said and more questions asked.
When voters ousted John Lovick as Snohomish County executive three months ago, it marked his first loss in 13 elections.
Joshua Halsey is about to become one of the most important people in public education in Washington.
These days Jay Inslee might be America’s most frustrated governor. And we may soon find out how much more frustration — and stomach ache — he can take.
Why are so many people running to become Washington’s next lieutenant governor?
Try as it might, Washington just can’t get this charter school thing down right. For years, backers of this privately run, publicly funded model of educating endured rejection by voters worried that diverting public dimes in this manner might sink the state’s school system.
Voters won’t decide the race for Snohomish County executive until November but there are Democrats quietly trafficking in what-if scenarios should Dave Somers defeat John Lovick.
It took 207 days of campaigning through two elections in 2012 for Troy Xavier Kelley to secure the job as Washington’s state auditor.
You know the quadrennial quandary in this state about how to make the presidential primary meaningful?
Looks like the Grand Old Party got its groove back. After this election, Republicans will hold a majority of seats in the state Senate for the first time since 2004 and boast their largest contingent in the state House in more than a decade.
A panel empowered to guide elected leaders along a righteous path is struggling to draw clear ethical boundaries for lawmakers when dining and drinking with lobbyists.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers are finding themselves once again falling down a rabbit hole in their Sisyphean efforts to cure the real and perceived ailments of the state’s public schools.