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State lawmakers will work remotely as they tackle COVID-19, economic recovery, police reform and more.
Online tools will provide increased access.
“16,000 adults must be vaccinated every day for six months,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine.
A mob of right-wing agitators stormed the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, as Congress was preparing to certify the Electoral College presidential election count in… Continue reading
One factor includes the ability to work remotely, according to housing economist.
From the Washington State Department of Health: On Jan. 6, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) released guidance for the next phase of COVID-19… Continue reading
Some restrictions will be eased beginning as soon as next week, the governor said.
It’s legislation filing season, and the floodgates have opened in Olympia.
Federal Way native’s case has attracted the attention of a national advocacy group.
An updated reopening plan for stores, restaurants and gatherings will be released next week.
An electoral college system, rather than a popular vote, could give more power to rural counties.
Unemployment rates held steady between October and November, according to a newly released preliminary monthly state employment report. November unemployment numbers were released on Dec.… Continue reading
Utilities could eventually raise rates to recoup lost costs, activists say that’s a bad plan.
The anti-tax activist, accused of campaign violations, testified one last time in his bench trial.
Staff reports Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced Dec. 16 an update in the metrics used to inform local school… Continue reading
King County ran ads for a natural gas coalition on its buses this year.
It will require a lot more coordination, but will be more resilient.
Nonprofits around the state are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic, according to a new study by the University of Washington. The study,… Continue reading
It’s been a month since the governor imposed the new rules. And the pandemic has only gotten worse.
The county agreed to pay $100,000 after being sued after a 2016 K-9 unit arrest.