Reducing the burden of state land-use planning requirements on small cities is the goal of a pair of bills signed into law. Tracy Ellis reports.
Making it a little less expensive to have a baby is the motivation behind a new state law. Tracy Ellis explains.
Sen. Phil Fortunato talks to Jason Rantz about a suite of housing bills signed by Gov. Inslee. https://omny.fm/shows/the-jason-rantz-show/sen-phil-fortunato-r-auburn-3
Substance abuse evaluations and treatment are on the way for Washington prison inmates nearing release. Tracy Ellis explains.
Help for small school districts to address their building-maintenance needs is on the way. Tracy Ellis reports.
People will soon be able to share their antique firearms with museums now that a hitch in state law has been removed. Tracy Ellis explains.
Sen. Jeff Wilson on KELA radio’s Let’s Talk About It program discussing hard drug possession and the upcoming special session of the Legislature to address it.
Businesses looking to become employee-owned got a boost with the signing of a bill in Olympia. Tracy Ellis reports.
Governor Inslee signed a bill to boost funding for rural domestic violence shelters. Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Brad Hawkins on KPQ Radio talking about the capital budget, a regional sports complex, Confluence Parkway, police pursuits, hard drug possession, and more.
Governor signs Wagoner bill designating January Americans of Chinese Descent/Chinese American History Month
A bill designating January as Americans of Chinese Descent Month has finally reached the end of a long journey into state law. Tracy Ellis reports.
Senator Mark Schoesler talks to Lars Larson about Democrat proposals to remove the Snake River Dams in Eastern Washington.