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“People want, and deserve, real relief.” House Republicans offered several amendments today to the House transportation budget proposal to address citizen concerns with Sound Transit 3. The amendments were aimed at...

The state House majority party rejected an amendment to the transportation budget on Wednesday sponsored by Rep. Morgan Irwin, R-Enumclaw. The amendment was an effort to bring much needed relief to...

“We need to expand the discussion about traffic congestion relief for southwest Washington.” Rep. Vicki Kraft, R-Vancouver, offered an amendment to the House transportation budget proposal to explore the possibility of...

“We need to return to something that benefits all drivers, not just a select few.” A narrow majority in the state House today defeated two amendments offered by Rep. Mark Harmsworth,...

A bill to crack down on voyeurism received unanimous approval from the state Senate Wednesday. The legislation, House Bill 1200, would create the crime of voyeurism in the second degree. Rep. Gina...

A bill authored by 18th District Rep. Liz Pike that could open the door for new jobs along short-line railroads in Clark County and Eastern Washington passed the Senate, 41-8, Wednesday....

State House adopts policy from Rep. Joyce McDonald, R-Puyallup, that would prohibit billboards that advertise marijuana and marijuana-related products.

After a unanimous vote Monday in the state Senate, the Travis Alert Act passed its second-to-last hurdle before becoming law. House Bill 1258, otherwise known as the Travis Alert Act, would assess the...

Gianni LaFave, a student at Clover Park High School, traveled to Olympia to serve as a page in the state House of Representatives the 13th week of the 2017 legislative session,...

The state House unanimously passed Senate Bill 5388 that would protect property owners from squatters. In order to promote simultaneous consideration of the measure, Rep. Andrew Barkis also introduced companion House...