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Washington Legislature votes to move presidential primary

A bill to move Washington’s presidential primary vote to the second Tuesday in March passed through both chambers of the Legislature. Now, it requires only...Read More

House unanimously approves Mosbrucker’s missing and murdered indigenous persons bill

Legislation by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker to further investigations of missing and murdered indigenous women and other indigenous persons gained unanimous approval by the Washington State House of...Read More

Morning Wire: Inslee for president, Q&A with Sen. Steve O’Ban, $17B transportation package

The week in Washington State politics, policy, and political economy....Read More

Sara Gentzler joins Spokane public radio to talk health policy

This week, Doug Nadvornik at Spokane Public Radio hosted Wire Reporter Sara Gentzler for a run down of some of the health policy bills moving...Read More

A round up of Inslee tv appearances

Inslee had a very strong schedule of TV appearances over the weekend and on Monday following his campaign kickoff. Rather than try to transcribe them...Read More

Wilson: Jay Inslee is meeting the moment

Sometimes people have a hard time rising to the occasion in these instances. The launch of a campaign is a big moment, full of anticipation...Read More

Q&A: Sen. Steve O’Ban on behavioral health this session

We talk about O'Ban's work in behavioral health outside of the Legislature and the most substantial efforts the Legislature is making to change Washington's behavioral...Read More

House passes bill to curb surprise medical bills

A bill that would ban the practice of balance billing passed off the House floor in a 84-13 bipartisan vote Monday....Read More

Op-ed: The Facts About a Clean Energy Future for Washington

An op-ed from Adam Maxwell, of Audubon Washington, on the Senate's passage of SB 5116....Read More

Bill committing Washington to 100 percent clean energy passes Senate

The Washington Senate today approved a sweeping, historic bill to commit the state to 100 percent clean energy from renewable and zero-emission sources....Read More