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When you picture the Washington state Legislature, it usually looks like mostly white males. But that is in the process of changing. When the Legislature… Continue reading
A look at statewide offices in Washington.
State law regarding use of deadly force is finally seeing results in 2020.
Can former Bothell mayor beat two Democrats for lieutenant governor post?
The federal law was established in 1939.
The jury is our citizens, and they are divided.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman is the lone Republican who looks strong heading into November.
Based on comments from elected officials and police, the Black Lives Matter movement is picking up political momentum just in time for the 2021-2022 budget… Continue reading
Our country is at a defining moment in our search for true equality. Another murder of a Black man at the hands of a white… Continue reading
Last year, most political insiders thought 2020 would be a big Democratic year in our statewide elections and might be among the most exciting years… Continue reading
The 2019 session of the Legislature included controversy, compromise, surprise, new law and more.
Washington voters have spoken on I-1639. Sheriffs need to set the stage to follow their oath of office - and enforce the law.
Elected leaders and residents want a landfill as the preferred site, and that raises questions.
Microsoft has started the regional dialogue, but will cities rise to the challenge?
Democrats must be careful to not overplay their hand in Olympia