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OLYMPIA — Maybe it’s the constitutional scrap incited by the McCleary school…
OLYMPIA — A bipartisan alliance of lawmakers wants to rewrite one of…
OLYMPIA — In his first week, President Donald Trump is effecting quite…
OLYMPIA — There may be a little extra elbow room for Democratic…
OLYMPIA — Time is running out on the 2017 Legislature. As of…
OLYMPIA — A fierce fight is under way for the top leadership…
OLYMPIA — If by some chance Alexander Hamilton could transport through time…
Officially, Gov. Jay Inslee’s second term doesn’t get underway for another month.…
OLYMPIA — You will be hard-pressed to find many in Washington who…
OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s latest newsletter of legal wins and political initiatives arrived by email last week.
OLYMPIA — Republican Bill Bryant is running out of time in his quest to become Washington’s next governor.
OLYMPIA — It was the sort of loose locution one might reflexively associate with Republican Donald Trump this election season.
OLYMPIA — In advance of Wednesday’s hearing on school funding, Washington Supreme Court justices had posed many questions that state attorneys told them couldn’t be answered yet.
EVERETT — It took Donald Trump nearly four minutes to enter Xfinity Arena, make his way to the podium and greet thousands of screaming fans congregated on the floor and seated throughout the building.
OLYMPIA — The state is about to get new standards for water quality calibrated in part on how much fish we eat. The question is which version?
It’s a pretty safe bet Donald J. Trump will lose in the state of Washington this November. It’s a pretty sure one he’ll get walloped in the city of Seattle.
On Wednesday, right about the time beach volleyballer Kerri-Walsh Jennings hopes to be capturing gold in the Rio Olympics, the two men vying to be Washington’s next governor are scheduled to hold their first debate in Spokane.
As ballot counting continues in the 2016 Primary, here are a few story lines emerging from the results already in hand.
OLYMPIA — As Republicans gathered in Cleveland last week, I imagined what GOP leaders might dish out against Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee had the subject of his re-election been on the convention menu.
Taking a cue from the Grand Old Party’s four-day fete in Cleveland, consider the case Republican leaders in this state might make against Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee if given a convention pulpit from which to prosecute.