Engaged to be Married
Washington mulls gay marriage. Plus, Idaho goes back to the drawing board.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tags: News, glbtq, politics, olympia, education, ewu, idaho
The Washington Legislature ups the fight against human trafficking.
By Chris Stein
Tags: News, olympia, politics, crime, human trafficking
One solution to the dwindling budget: letting offenders out of jail earlier, watching them less.
Tags: News, law, law enforcement, corrections, crime, politics, olympia, andy billig
Democrats say a rising star was taken out by GOP mapmaking.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, olympia, politics, drama!, marcus riccellli, john ahern
Funds that help keep poor school districts afloat are in danger
By Daniel Walters
Tags: News, education, olympia, budget, economy, politics
Lawmakers discuss special-session progress
By Kyler Hood
Tags: News, politics, olympia, News
Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown on the Occupiers
From the Mouths of the Legislators
Spokane's state lawmakers talk about the special session
Tags: News, olympia, gregoire, politics, economy
Gloom and Doom
Washington's governor on the $2 billion hole, a new sales tax and that one guy ... what's his name? The new mayor of Spokane?
Tags: News, gregoire, olympia, politics, economy, david condon, Video
Facing the Ax
Lawmakers are preparing to slice the bare-bones budget further. Here's why you should care.
Tags: News, politics, olympia, budget
The Super Breakdown
A look at some of the other stuff on Spokane-area ballots.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
Tags: News, election 2011, politics, community bill of rights, education, spokane valley, olympia
Washingtonians reliant on disability money are getting a shock as the state cuts budgets and ends a program.
Tags: News, homeless, politics, budget, olympia
Just Say Maybe
A serious effort to legalize marijuana kicks off.
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, olympia
The Best and the Worst
We asked 900 lobbyists what they thought of Eastern Washington’s legislators. This is what some of them said.
Tags: News, lobbyists, olympia, brown, legislators, one, some, them, lobbyist
A Tale of Two Legislators
Spokane's two freshman legislators debrief us on the legislative session, babies, biofuels and the region’s new medical school.
Tags: News, olympia, politics, budget, andy billig, michael baumgartner
Legislators find a way to help Washington's governments balance their budgets — by collecting taxes.
Tags: News, olympia, politics, budget
Threats to nature and free speech. Plus, a ghost bike.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Tags: News, olympia, politics, bikes, nic, free speech, education
The Death of Dispensaries
How a month of memos, votes, raids and a veto killed Washington's — and maybe the nation's — medical marijuana industry.
Tags: News, marijuana, medical marijuana, drugs, olympia, politics
Gregoire edges closer to pot bill veto; local activists prepare for raids
Tags: News, medical marijuana, olympia, politics, News
Dispensary bill goes to governor; she's "disappointed"
Tags: News, politics, olympia, medical marijuana, News
Governor won't sign marijuana bill
Tags: News, olympia, politics, News
Fertilizer bill becomes law
Creach shooting reaches Olympia
Tags: News, creach, law enforcement, Olympia, News
Fertilizer bill headed to the governor
Cannabis dispensary bill clears House committee
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
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