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A ban of that practice will be in place until the pandemic is over, Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler says.
The newest area code in Washington has infiltrated 360 territory, and 425, 206 and 253 are next.
High prices and a lack of available land has pushed the price per acre sky-high.
Tells police he committed hundreds of similar crimes in Seattle, Des Moines
He’s also extending moratoria on evictions and utility cut-offs and easing rules for nursing home visits.
30 high schools in Washington affected
The directive requires districts to offer at least two days of on-campus instruction per week for all grades.
Complaint claims the museum is violating equal protections clause by excluding boys
Phase 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s reopening plan will allow businesses to operate at 50% capacity starting March 22.
Workers at many large grocery stores in unincorporated King County will soon see a pay bump of $4 an hour after the King County Metropolitan… Continue reading
Effort to encourage people to run for local offices in 2021
Roads and bridges repair programs in King County are underfunded, and state legislators are thinking of ways to address critical infrastructure issues this session as… Continue reading
Supreme Court decision to strike down drug possesion law leaves oppurtunity to shift paradigm
Bill’s prime sponsor says it will help address healthcare equity and affordability.
The King County Metropolitan Council will vote during its next meeting on whether to grant hazard pay to grocery store workers employed by large stores… Continue reading
Report records 120,000 diagnoses in Washington.
The governor acted after receiving the recommendation of a scientific panel enlisted by Western states.
Lake Sammamish kokanee aren’t out of the woods by any stretch, but there’s reason to be optimistic about the fate of the little red fish… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill that can waive some requirements for students who were on track before the pandemic.
The survey suggests Washingtonians drank more than 17 alcoholic beverages a week on average.