When Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley starts his self-imposed leave of absence this coming Friday, he will do so without being paid.
Washington Healthplanfinder officials announced this week that 170,101 Washingtonians have signed up for a qualified health plan or renewed their health coverage through wahealthplanfinder.org.
On the final day of the 2015 regular legislative session, Rep. Bruce Chandler expressed frustration over the need for a special session.
A year ago the city of Sunnyside received a $300,000 grant to research an alphabet soup of contaminants at the city’s airport.
Options for reviewing the complete, 329-page remedial investigation report on Sunnyside’s airport include:
OLYMPIA - Gov. Jay Inslee is calling a special budget session for state legislators.
State Auditor Troy Kelley’s plans to take a temporary leave of absence next month following his indictment yesterday on 10 separate counts doesn’t satisfy Republicans or Democrats.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Recently, Rep. Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside released a statement after his appointment to serve on the House Committee on Rules, chaired by Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX).
OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee has signed five bills into law this legislative session with another bill scheduled for signing today (Thursday).
But many hurdles remain
MERCURY, NEV. – Yucca Mountain in remote Las Vegas County, Nev. has the potential to store an estimated 70,000 to 77,000 tons of nuclear waste materials for upwards of a million years.
Just three months into his new role as a U.S. Congressman, Republican Dan Newhouse admits that his learning curve in the halls of the U.S. House of Representatives is still pretty steep.
In response to record low mountain snowpack and Gov. Jay Inslee’s drought declaration, the first meeting of a state legislative committee on drought convened this week.
The Washington State House of Representatives passed its 2015-17 biennium budget on a party-line vote yesterday, 51-47.
The Republican-controlled Washington state Senate this week proposed increasing state spending by nearly $4.2 billion in the general fund for the 2015-17 biennium. That’s without raising taxes.
Response was sure and swift from all perspectives last Friday, after House Democrats released their proposed $38.8 billion budget for the state’s 2015-17 biennium.