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Chris Reykdal State Rep. Chris Reykdal, D-Olympia, said Thursday that he is running for Washington’s Superintendent of Public Instruction. That makes him the second official candidate for the top...
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Tim Eyman reacts to a state Supreme Court ruling in a case over one of his initiatives. Credit: John Stang Opponents of Tim Eyman’s latest anti-tax ballot measure filed a lawsuit Thursday, alleging...
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WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the concept of "choice" is an ephemeral one for low-income women who live in states that pass laws limiting access to abortion, as they may...
2015/07/28 05:57
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The McCleary plaintiffs argue that the Washington legislature is still dragging its feet on its constitutional duty to adequately fund basic education, and that Washington Supreme Court needs to take...
2015/07/22 05:57
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Is the Washington Legislature getting the job done on fixing its overcrowded classroom in Grades K-3? No one really knows. Many legislators have admitted that. On Tuesday, a Senate-House special...
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BELLEVUE (AP) — The Legislature's annual progress report to the Washington Supreme Court on its work toward fulfilling the court's order to fix education funding is a mixture of accomplishments and...
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SEATTLE — Farmworkers who are paid by how much they pick are entitled to separate, additional pay for their rest breaks, the Washington Supreme Court said Thursday in a unanimous opinion that could...
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Behind stone pillars along the shoreline of Lake Washington south of Magnuson Park is Seattle’s Windermere neighborhood. Many of the houses were built in the 1930s and are made of solid brick....
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A $3.5 billion tax fight appears to be brewing in Olympia for 2016 or 2017 over how to overhaul Washington’s school levy system. The overhaul is expected to increase the burden for school costs on...
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2015/07/10 03:09
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Little Spokane Fire cause still under investigationLittle Spokane Fire cause still under investigation For firefighters and fire investigators, the little Spokane fire is more like a marathon, than a...
2015/07/09 17:45
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SPOKANE — The Washington Supreme Court has again rejected an effort by serial killer Robert Yates to overturn his conviction and death sentence. Yates contends he received ineffective counsel during...
2015/07/07 05:57
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Washington’s Legislature is locked deeply into triple overtime because of a last-minute negotiating showdown over Initiative 1351 and a bill to revamp high school graduation testing. The feud appears...
2015/07/06 03:20
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Ms. Stutzman was sued in 2013 by a customer, Rob Ingersoll, for whom she had provided floral arrangements for nine years. She filed an appeal in April with the Washington Supreme Court after being...
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Washington has a budget, but Legislature isn't finished SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state has a budget for the next two years. The government has not shut down. So why haven't state lawmakers gone home...
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America needs government that works, Christie saysAmerica needs government that works, Christie says The GOP New Jersey governor says America needs decisive leadership and strength to straighten out...
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This article originally appeared on Being rude is not illegal, even if some of us sometimes wish it were. Being rude to cops, including cursing them out may be ill-advised, but it is protected...
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The citizen’s guide to the future. The Metadata Doesn’t LieIs that why local governments are withholding it? On Dec. 20, a Black Lives Matter protest drew as many as 3,000 people to the Mall of...
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The Capitol Dome Credit: Allyce Andrew State college students will see tuition decreases over the next two years, but not as much as the Washington Senate Republicans originally wanted. The tuition...
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Australians have taken to social media following a Washington Supreme Court decision that found the American constitution guaranteed a right to same-sex marriage. Australians have taken to social...
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Washington Senate Republicans have lined up a bill to extend the current fiscal year’s budget to July 31 in case the deadlocked 2015-2017 budget negotiations fail to meet a fast-approaching June 30...
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