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University of Washington students from the Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma campuses met with lawmakers on Monday to lobby for support of higher education bills during… Continue reading
Two decades after a voter-approved initiative made the practice illegal, legislators are calling for a reversal.
In the midst of the #MeToo movement, legislators seek a culture shift.
The bill would expand an existing law that takes guns from perpetrators of domestic violence.
The bill has support from Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
The march, which is timed to the anniversary of Roe v Wade, took place as legislators considered bills that would broaden access to abortion services.
Democratic lawmakers are hopeful that this is the year for the Reproductive Parity Act.
Having passed the House last year, the bill now appears to be stuck in a Senate committee.
Under the proposed law, it would take those who volunteer 14 days to retain their right to a firearm.
One bill would discourage conversation therapy, while the other would encourage equitable treatment for elderly members of the LGTBQ community.
Five firearm bills go before state lawmakers.
The bill’s sponsor says that it includes religious protections and does not discourage families from seeking non-medical therapy.
The bill would aim to restore salmon while cutting down on toxins and noise pollution.
Hearings for all the bills are scheduled for Monday morning.
One bill would allow more local control over elections. Another would extend voter registration.