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Lawmakers are looking at ways to make the election process cheaper for voters, easier to see who is funding campaigns and harder to run initiatives with financial consequences.
Gov. Jay Inslee says he is approaching the upcoming session of the Legislature “very differently” than he did in his first two years as the state’s chief executive.
With the start of another year comes the promise of another session of the state Legislature and the prospect — no, make that a guarantee — of more laws.
Tis two days after session and all through the Dome, not a member is working since they all have gone home ...
Chris Erickson describes himself as “your typical gun owner who wants to be left alone.”
When Snohomish City Council members voted to ban recreational marijuana businesses in the city, they joined a growing rebellion against the state’s newest industry.
For months, there’s been a drumbeat of panic that new water quality standards based on how much fish people eat could drive Boeing and other companies out of Washington.
OLYMPIA — The financial stakes of the state’s new marijuana industry are no longer theoretical.
It was not the case Monday that the Snohomish County Council could not decide which of three Republican gentlemen should temporarily occupy an empty seat in the state House of Representatives.
OLYMPIA — The battle for legislative seats this fall will be fought in part with hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations recycled from the campaigns of incumbent lawmakers.
Our state’s super wealthy social changers are at it again.
Freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene spent a couple of her millions to get into Congress.
Rarely can the lack of action trigger so much reaction as it did last week when Tim Eyman didn’t do something he so often does — turn in signatures for an initiative.