Recent protests against police brutality could spur new rules — and new ways to hold officers accountable.
Other states are allowing electronic signatures to count on election petitions during the pandemic. Should Washington do the same?
After political consultants of color demanded change earlier this month, the chair of the Washington State Democrats says, ‘They were right to call us out on it, and we’ve got to fix it.’
Tax increases and budget cuts for Washington could be on the horizon during a legislative special session.
A state senator reflects on how to move past our current moment of upheaval.
Consultants of color say they’re systematically left off ‘the list’ of who gets hired for campaigns. They have ideas to fix that.
Washington debería proveer apoyo económico para los migrantes indocumentados. Sin esa ayuda, muchos de nosotros nos enfrentamos a lo impensable.
Washington state should provide financial help for undocumented immigrants. Without it, many of us face the unthinkable.
A $7 billion shortfall is predicted — so far. Here’s a look at some of the services and state programs that could get cut.
Courting voters on Zoom, making ice cream on Facebook Live — candidates get creative to try to win your vote.
King County Republicans used to dominate the suburbs. That era is over.
Escaping a racist Oregon law, a man named George Bush became one of Washington’s most important homesteaders.
In Washington and beyond, armed protests to open the economy signal a dangerous appetite for political violence.
Compared with the first week of March, applications are now 170% higher for cash assistance, double for food stamps and 60% higher for housing assistance.
Key legislation to cut carbon emissions died, while goal-setting bill offers no path to reach target.
When it comes to life without parole sentences, the state is a global outlier.