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Health

New data: health care is the top issue in midterm political advertising

Health care continues to be a key issue in federal midterm races across the country, according to a new analysis by the Wesleyan Media Project....Read More

Podcast: A Conversation with Rep. Nicole Macri on Homelessness

Representative Nicole Macri represents the 43rd Legislative District, covering parts of Seattle including Downtown, the University District, and Green Lake. Macri serves as the Vice Chair...Read More

Republican Senators put forth package of legislation focused on prioritizing mental health in Washington

On Wednesday morning, Senators Steve O’Ban, John Braun, and Randi Becker announced a series of proposals aimed at improving mental health care and addiction recovery...Read More

Podcast: A Conversation with Senator Annette Cleveland on Healthcare

Senator Annette Cleveland is the Chair of the Washington State Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee. She also serves as a member of the...Read More

Cathy McMorris Rodgers & Lisa Brown discuss U.S. health care

Last week, Congressional candidates Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Lisa Brown offered keynote remarks at the 2018 Inland Northwest State of Reform Health Policy Conference. During...Read More

43rd L.D. candidate Claire Torstenbo: “Finding a Cure for Washington State’s Mental Health Crisis”

Claire Torstenbo is a Republican candidate running for State Representative of the 43rd Legislative District. In this op-ed, Torstenbo offers her proposal for improving Washington’s...Read More

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U.S. Dept. of Labor awards $5 mill grant to WA to aid in workforce-related opioid recovery

On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Labor awarded a nearly $5 million grant to Washington State to help address workforce-related impacts of the opioid crisis....Read More

Department of Commerce awards $39 million to increase facilities for behavioral health care statewide

The Washington State Department of Commerce today announced $39 million in grants to 18 health care providers across Washington, adding needed spaces to help people...Read More

Mass Shootings Work Group focuses on mental health resources in schools

The Washington Mass Shootings Work Group met with educational administrators to discuss school safety and mass shooting prevention on Wednesday at the Clark County Sheriff’s...Read More

Seattle City Council passes gun safety legislation

The Seattle City Council unanimously passed two gun safety bills to thunderous applause Monday in an effort to reduce gun violence in the city. Mayor...Read More