Julie Anderson called Steve Hobbs an “inexperienced political appointee.” He’s been in the job since Inslee put him there in November.
A swell of electoral support for Democrats pushed turnout higher in primary. Republicans look to adjust for November
Rep. Robert Sutherland and five colleagues fought a requirement barring access to the House floor unless vaccinated
Starting July 1, a 10-round capacity becomes the limit for sales. Meanwhile, “there is a rush on magazine purchasing.”
I-1929 sponsors say they are confident a lawsuit challenging the legality of the tax will be successful.
Everett man argued the law must be tossed because legal limit for THC is not supported by science.
The state Board of Health wants to see more data for younger children.
Emotions swelled as Gov. Inslee signed a measure that limits capacity to 10 rounds. The new law takes effect July 1.
Here’s what’s happening after adjournment of the 2022 session of the Washington Legislature.
They’ll still be required in some places, but Washington is following several other states now lifting mandates.
The prohibition would cover open and concealed carry of firearms. State House Democrats overrode Republican objections.
Governor said he’ll say exactly when next week. Meanwhile, a pause on elective surgeries will end Feb. 17.
Democrats’ transportation package in the Washington state Legislature, as of Feb. 9, spends lots of money. It also makes new…
They want to keep guns away from ballot counting and out of places where city councils and school boards meet.
Governor wants lawmakers to pass legislation making it a gross misdemeanor.
King County health officials say 1 in 7 ICU and acute-care hospital beds are occupied by a COVID patient.
Two taxes take effect, but the future of each is uncertain.
Two lawsuits say the plans aren’t valid because commissioners broke state law before voting to approve them.
Sen. Keith Wagoner will challenge Democrat Steve Hobbs, who was appointed to the statewide post in November