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Meet Washington State's New Transit Master

The Senate's transportation chair weighs in on self-driving cars, lidding I-5, and building high-speed rail to Canada.

There Should Be More Seattle Movies Filmed in Seattle

Can Olympia finally make it happen next year?

The Stranger’s Big-Ass Round-Up of What Just Went Down in Olympia

Washington state closed its legislative session with massive, watered-down wins.

The House Wants to Lift the Eviction Moratorium Before Tenant Protections Kick into Gear

It's poison pill season.

You Might Call Cap and Trade Progress, But You Can’t Call It Climate Justice

They've got less than 20 days to make this right.

Passing Policing Reform Is a Moral Imperative

Conservative Lobbyists Suck at Jokes

Washington lawmakers call out racist dog-whistling in a lobbyist training video. The lobbyists say they only meant to “entertain.”

The Showdown in Olympia Over Police Violence

Pass the Public Option for Broadband

Rural and urban areas have been waiting for 20 years to log on to fast, reliable internet service.

This Is Why We Told You to Vote for David Hackney

Washington Clean Fuels Bill Clears Key House Committee

Washington State Considers Decriminalizing Small Amounts of Drugs

What we're doing right now isn't working. A new bill offers a better way.

Washington Considers Bill to Stop Karens and Kens

Tacoma Children Have Summoned a Dinosaur

Wage Theft Is a Massive Problem. Here's What Washington Can Do About It.

Pass the Worker Protection Act.
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