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Fish passage improvement project to begin in Olympic Peninsula

Contractor crews for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will begin efforts to improve fish passage at Bagley and Siebert Creeks on US 101...Read More

Olympia’s Intercity Transit to receive $10.5M grant

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today announced a $10.5 million grant award to Intercity Transit in Olympia as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and...Read More

Op-ed: Only Congress can rescue local education budgets

Parents will breathe a sigh of relief when school buildings reopen, signaling a return to normalcy at last. But Washington schools won’t be equipped to...Read More

Report: Seattle has the nation’s biggest growth in unemployment due to COVID-19

A new WalletHub report ranks Seattle as the number one city in America where rising unemployment is most impacted by COVID-19. In the report, WalletHub...Read More

Op-ed: Addressing barriers to accessing biosimilars could help save Washington’s most vulnerable patients

What if I told you that there are safe, effective, and cheaper alternatives to mind-numbingly expensive treatments for cancer, kidney and autoimmune diseases like Crohn’s...Read More

Morning Wire: Marko Liias, Health policy & COVID-19, Mainstream Republicans

This is hard. Staying at home is hard. Distance learning is hard. Watching businesses collapse is hard. Watching loved ones get sick is hard. None...Read More

Q&A: Mayor Jon Nehring on building a Republican governing coalition

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring is the new Chairman of the Mainstream Republicans of Washington (MRW) – an organization founded over 30 years ago to provide...Read More

Wire Insider: Stuart Elway

Longtime public opinion analyst and President of Elway Research, Inc, Stuart Elway returns as a “Wire Insider” to discuss how the 2020 elections are shaping...Read More

Q&A: Sen. Marko Liias makes his case for a progressive Lt. Governorship

Senator Marko Liias has launched a campaign for Lt. Governor based on his progressive bona fides and experience as Majority Floor Leader. He’s earned endorsements...Read More

Op-ed: To be clear, here’s what Legislature can and can’t do with governor’s COVID-19 proclamations

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit our state earlier this year, Washingtonians have done their best to cope with this terrible disease, which has caused about...Read More