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NRA, SAF file lawsuit against City of Seattle over gun safety ordinance

The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), the National Rifle Association (NRA), and two Seattle residents have filed a lawsuit against the City of Seattle over its...Read More

Court speeds up family separation lawsuit

U.S. District Court Judge Marsha Pechman today granted Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s request to fast-track the multistate lawsuit filed last month against the Trump...Read More

AG Ferguson announces fast-food chains will end restrictions on low-wage workers nationwide

To avoid a lawsuit, seven corporations will remove “no-poach provisions” from their franchise agreements....Read More

Sen. Schoesler sends letter asking how Gov. Inslee will put Washington in compliance with Janus ruling

In light of the Supreme Court’s recent Janus v. AFSCME decision, Senate Republican Leader Mark Schoesler sent a letter to Governor Inslee asking what actions...Read More

Constitutional language debated during Supreme Court arguments on police use of deadly force measures

The State Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday on the controversial passage of both Initiative-940 and HB 3003 at the end of the 2018 session....Read More

Support and opposition in response to Janus decision

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in the Janus v. AFSCME case finds that requiring nonmembers of public-sector unions to pay “fair share fees” is...Read More

Key arguments in Washington’s recently filed family separation lawsuit

On Tuesday Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed Washington’s latest lawsuit against the Trump administration in Federal District court in Western Washington. With the lawsuit, announced last week...Read More

Washington lawmakers react to travel ban decision

In a close, 5-4 decision, this morning the US Supreme Court upheld the September 2017 version of President Trump’s travel ban. The ban restricts immigration...Read More

Sen. Dhingra, Reps. Slatter and Pellicciotti speak out in support of Washington lawsuit

Many have felt helpless, but today we stand united and are leading the charge in the fight for families, and for the values this great...Read More

US Supreme Court kicks same-sex discrimination case back to Washington

Arlene’s Flowers, again brings the Court the question of whether state laws against discrimination require a business owner to provide services for events that may...Read More