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Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
The partisan divide runs so deep in Washington, it can be unusual for members of opposing parties to publicly join together for much of anything.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Washington should severely cut the amount of marijuana that medical patients can possess, require them to register with the state and have annual medical checkups, and pay most of the same taxes as recreational users, a state agency recommended Wednesday.
With Washington running out of room for inmates, Gov. Jay Inslee wants to start operating new space that is ready for use at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla.
Gov. Jay Inslee's no-surprises supplemental budget doesn't presage the biennial firestorm to come.
Chanting "give us a vote" and holding signs, about three dozen people marched from The Boeing Co.'
Gov. Jay Inslee, accompanied by state budget director David Schumacher , talks about his latest budget proposal with The Olympian editorial board on Wednesday.
It's not quite in the so-indestructible-its-engine-can-take-a-bullet territory of a classic Dodge Dart , but Steve Marsh's Nissan Leaf has been put through a long-distance wringer.
Members of the Washington Education Association wore these buttons to Governor Jay Inslee's supplemental budget rollout to signify five years without voter-approved cost-of-living increases.
When longtime political operative Nancy Biery dropped out of the race for state Democratic party chair last week, she issued a terse statement blaming unnamed "status quo" forces inside the party.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday proposed additional spending to address overcrowded prisons, cover wildfire costs and upgrade technology to aid small businesses.
Gov. Jay Inslee's climate panel is deadlocked over how to deal with carbon emissions.
Former Microsoft executive Kurt DelBene will soon take over the job of resuscitating healthcare.gov, the White House announced on Tuesday, replacing former budget director Jeff Zients who will move on to become President Barack Obama's chief economic adviser.
Even as they try desperately to hang on to Boeing Co., officials in Washington state have been courting the main competitor of the aerospace giant.
Katie Redman is a fan of math. Her walls, at Elmhurst Elementary, are dotted with flash cards for millions, billions and trillions.
Washington's experiment with privatizing the oversight of mental-health treatment could expand from Pierce County to other parts of the state.