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2 hrs ago | Redmond Reporter
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.
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3 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointments of two new Superior Court judges, one for King County and one for Pierce County.
4 hrs ago | Sherwoodgazette.com
As the 2014 Oregon Legislature raced towards adjournment Friday, the Columbia River Crossing appears to be one of the casualties.
8 hrs ago | Seattle Times
In Washington's state Capitol these days, it appears that even unanimous support isn't enough for a bill to become law.
12 hrs ago | Wenatchee World
On the second day of the legislative session, during the State of the State speech, Gov. Jay Inslee introduced his proposal to increase the state's minimum wage.
12 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane
A bill that would allow the private sector to fund statewide tourism marketing in Washington is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee's desk.
14 hrs ago | Crosscut.com
Sen. Jan Angel, who blocked a bill to help the homeless, is now asking the governor to set up a task force to look for solutions.
Gov. Jay Inslee says he hopes lawmakers can come to agreement on the state's teacher evaluation system before the Legislature adjourns next week.
The Legislature has passed a measure that would allow a person under a restraining order for domestic violence to be ordered to surrender all firearms.
Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday it looks less likely that factions in the House and Senate can agree on a unified plan for funding K-12 schools before adjourning their 60-day session next Thursday.
Senate Bill 6272 passed through the House Thursday by a 94-2 vote and passed the Senate in February.
Washington state has more jobs than before the start of the recession, with a January employment rate of 6.4 percent, the Employment Security Department reported Wednesday.
House Bill 2119, which designates Palouse Falls as the state's official waterfall, passed the state Senate this week after passing the House last month.
Gov. Jay Inslee visited two Vancouver Public School buildings this morning to hear about programs for mentoring new teachers and improving the graduation rate.
Here's a news release from the Washington State Employment Security Department about a new program to help long-term unemployed workers: OLYMPIA Gov. Jay Inslee has directed the state Employment Security Department to deploy $4 million in federal funds in new efforts to put the long-term unemployed back to work.
In 2012, the U.S. Department of Energy confirmed that one of the 28 double-shelled tanks storing nuclear waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation was leaking.
Money for schools is at risk, but Gov. Jay Inslee has a plan to meet federal requirements on teacher evaluations.