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Legislation that establishes parts of Washington’s coast as a National Maritime Heritage…
Students recognized for academic achievement.
4.0 GPA Grade 12: Marisol Cisneros-Garcia, Gage Daniels, Kaitlyn Granstrom, Alexis Lovell,…
The birth of one baby was reported to The Vidette.
Some areas of Washington state are experiencing a measles outbreak and it…
Incident with 11-year-old alleged to have happened in Marysville.
Corrects funding loophole; pushes for extracurricular program funding
Senator withdraws bill exempting legislature from public disclosure of some records
Presidential candidate tax returns, felon voting, and campaign finance topic of proposed house legislation
Petitions for a convention of states to amend the constitution; would require presidential candidates to release tax returns before primary; would automatically restore felons’ voting rights when released
Hotline would receive reports of potential self-harm and criminal acts; proposed bill seeks to improve suicide prevention in Washington state
Lawmakers seek to ban online extortion of businesses; Washington state aims to end cyber extortion
Senate Bill 5238 requires University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center to compile research data and best practices concerning concussions in sports.
Proposed bill will hold employers accountable for safety of dancers; lawmakers target unsafe establishments for adult entertainers
Immigration or citizenship status could be added to anti-discrimination law under proposed legislation
Makes discrimination based on immigration or citizenship status illegal; goal is to give those in the citizenship and immigration process avenues for recourse; does not supercede federal law
Recent study reported that Seattle had the most cases of missing and murdered indigenous women than any other city; Rep. Mosbrucker helped pass legislation last year to gather data, now is hoping to create a task force and liaisons; some are calling for the bill to add more liaison positions and elevate more tribal voices
Bill would change curriculum for sexual health in schools; democratic representatives support comprehensive sexual health education; evidence-informed curriculum could change sex education in schools
Would establish a 7-knot speed limit for vessels ½ mile from southern resident orcas; establishes a 650-yard “no-go” zone for whale watchers until at least 2023; regulations would take effect immediately if passed