The Washington Senate approved a bill Wednesday requiring every public school to provide comprehensive sex education.
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WASHINGTON — In the hours before House impeachment managers presented their initial arguments for the removal of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, senators of both parties delivered a warning: Attack us, the jurors, at your peril.
Advocates of changes to water policy on Guemes Island spoke Tuesday evening during a public hearing in front of the Skagit County Planning Commission.
Danielle Garbe Reser, who last week ended a more than four-year run as the award-winning CEO of the Sherwood Trust, has announced she will run for state senator in the 16th Legislative District.
SEATTLE, Jan. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Tusk Philanthropies (TP) announced today that King Conservation District (KCD) in Washington State is implementing mobile voting in their upcoming Board of Supervisors election. This marks the 9th election and 5th state to implement a mobile voting solution for an election. This will be the first-time mobile voting is available to all eligible registered voters. Previous pilots in other jurisdictions were limited to overseas and military voters and/or voters with disabilities. For this election, all 1.2M registered voters residing in KCD's service area are eligible to vote on their mobile phones and other electronic devices using the Democracy Live platform in the upcoming election.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Groups pushing for the advancement of abortion rights and those looking to limit the procedure have an ambitious agenda starting this week, foreshadowing a year that could be critical for advocates on both sides of the debate.
Prince Harry is travelling back to Canada to be reunited with his wife Duchess Meghan and their eight-month-old son Archie.
Southwest Washington lawmakers predict that homelessness, the fight against climate change and budgeting for bridges and roads will dominate this year’s Legislative session.
RICHMOND, Va. — Thousands of protesters descended on Virginia’s Capitol on Monday to protest proposed changes to state gun laws, many of them heavily armed to show their support for the Second Amendment.
Maria Cantwell, Washington's junior U.S. senator and longtime Boeing advocate, criticized Friday a government advisory committee's findings this week that largely endorsed how the Federal Aviation Administration oversaw the certification of the 737 MAX, saying it "defends a system that is in clear need of improvement."