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News stories across Washington State from the taxpayers’ perspective.
"Robocalls are more than just annoying – they can also be illegal.”
WA Dept. of Health is expected to issue new guidance for K-12 schools next week
Employees who have had premiums deducted from their paychecks should expect a refund within 120 days.
“There is a gap in the checks and balances of our system of government. That there is a place where we don’t have an equal playing field of power."
- Sen. Emily Randall, D-Bremerton
The bill requires maintaining river buffers as wide as the height of old-growth trees, which range from 100 to 240 feet in Washington.
This is the third time since the pandemic began in March of 2020 that the governor has taken such an action.
52% of business owners think the state is “definitely” headed in the wrong direction and another 21% believe the state is “probably” headed in the wrong direction.
"[The state's failure to amply fund basic education] makes our public schools a perpetuator of class inequality.”