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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

#SeaHomeless story round up

Thursday marked the third annual #SeaHomeless day of media coverage on homelessness in Seattle. Outlets like Crosscut, the Seattle Times,, and KUOW joined together...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

Snohomish County to receive $2.3 million for youth homelessness initiative

Senator Patty Murray announced on July 13th that the Snohomish County Department of Community and Homeless Services won a $2.3 million grant through the Department...Read More

Morning Wire: Primaries to watch, Planned Parenthood, #Seahomeless

A pathway to a Republican Senate Majority, #seahomeless day of media coverage, and a Q&A with Planned Parenthood are all featured in this week's edition...Read More

Q&A with Willa Marth of Planned Parenthood Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands: educational programs, the lawsuits, and federal policy impacts

After the Department of Health and Human Services announced in July 2017 that it would abruptly cut funding for the National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program...Read More

In response to #metoo, WA Senate approves new “Policy on Appropriate Workplace Conduct”

The Washington State Senate today released its new ‘Policy on Appropriate Workplace Conduct’ following approval by the Senate Facilities & Operations Committee. The recommendations were...Read More

Sen. Braun: “An open letter to future legislatures to prevent McCleary 2.0”

In an open letter addressed, “Dear Future Legislatures,” Senator John Braun outlines three of the primary lessons learned in the state’s saga to fund K-12...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