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At a news conference, the governor warned businesses and individuals to get with the program.
The governor announced the order, with some exceptions, as well as millions in grants for businesses.
With revenues rising, budget writers are going to get lots of requests on how to spend it
With a third of the legislative session nearly gone, lawmakers are starting to focus on matters of most importance. Exactly what are those? With 1,341… Continue reading
Majority Democrats realize contentious representative is staying
A 60-day session begins Monday. They’ll tackle car tabs, homelessness and whether to expel Matt Shea.
It will be a busy year as voters decide the fate of school bonds and help choose the next president.
Before turning the page on the November election, here are a few questions to ponder.
OLYMPIA — Stuck on what gifts to give Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib and Republican state senators this holiday season? Consider one present they can unwrap… Continue reading
There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.
A 2017 law lets lawmakers offer negotiation topics. But a bipartisan panel didn’t do so this week.
Supporters started too late and had too little money to explain the problems R-88 would solve.
Mason Thompson trailed Leigh Henderson for two weeks. He moved ahead by two votes on Thursday.
Lawmakers will wrangle over cuts in transportation spending as lawyers tangle on the measure’s legality.
Pass or fail, Initiative 976 is a reminder of what critics most dislike about the regional agency.
They want Jay Inslee to halt his planned $175 million reallocation of state transportation dollars.
As backers of I-1000 gear up, a legal spat involving others is casting a shadow on their efforts.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
Voters will get a chance this fall to offer their opinions on every one.
Whew. The primary (on Aug. 6) marked the electoral debut of VoteWa, and the sparkling new statewide election management system didn’t crash or suffer a… Continue reading