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46 min ago | Seattle Times
State lawmakers have struck a compromise on a long-debated bill that would eventually lead to the sealing of "the great majority" of juvenile court records, in the words of the proposal's biggest supporter.
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5 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Gov. Jay Inslee, center, escorts elementary school students on a "walking school bus" Tuesday morning, March 11, 2014, in Seattle.
9 hrs ago | Crosscut.com
The bill protects a $40 home sales fee used to subsidize housing for the homeless.
Several bills related to human trafficking in Washington state are heading to the desk of Gov. Jay Inslee, who is likely to sign them.
Bravo. Last month, I pointed out that the Seattle City Council's draft resolution about dangerous trains carrying oil through the city was weaksauce.
Senate Majority Leader Rodney Tom really is an impressive guy; without personally lifting a finger, he can turn an essential bill on low-income housing and homelessness into a "compromise" that only benefits for-profit landlords and doesn't actually help the homeless.
A retired director of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will be the newest regent for the Washington State University system.
According to a report Friday evening, March 7, from King 5, Angel now says she will support some form of HB 2368, which either eliminates the sunset clause , which she killed in her committee almost two weeks ago.
News analysis: Both parties display an eagerness to try the same tactics on the issues, as if expecting different results.
Once again, Washington lawmakers will take up legislation to seal certain juvenile records.
An outbreak of a rare virus indiscriminately infected Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate on Day One and shows no signs of abating before they adjourn next week.
With just six days left in the legislative session, time is running short for a push to change Washington's teacher evaluation system to make it comply with federal demands.
A consultant to Gov. Jay Inslee's bipartisan work group on climate change is disputing Republican and oil-industry claims that a clean-fuels standard in Washington could tack $1 or more to the cost of a gallon of gasoline.
Four Redmond High School students and one graduate didn't want to miss out on the historic occasion in Olympia on Feb. 26. At 2 p.m. in the state's capitol building, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the Washington Dream Act into law.
Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointments of two new Superior Court judges, one for King County and one for Pierce County.
As the 2014 Oregon Legislature raced towards adjournment Friday, the Columbia River Crossing appears to be one of the casualties.