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A new bill could safeguard victims against on-the-job discrimination.
Over 300,000 high-skilled workers are stuck in immigration limbo across the country.
A change in tracking companies has left Washington’s cannabis industry exposed.
The increased focus on sexual assault has local students and universities examining campus policies.
Policy analysts say Trump’s plan to slash SNAP’s funding would push people further into poverty.
Activists say that Monday’s charges further vindicate their fight against the organization’s tactics.
The State Legislature is considering training aimed at improving child safety.
Last weekend’s Patriot Prayer event cast doubts on claims of openness by UW College Republicans.
The grandfather of medicinal marijuana was 72.
The House of Representatives votes to end questioning criminal history on job applications.
As the yellow bus service resumes, the district continues plans to attract more contractors.
The university’s growth plan faces pushback due to environmental, housing, and neighborhood issues.
The mayor and city attorney’s policy change could impact hundreds convicted before weed legalization.
Heathcare workers believe the controversial supervised drug use facilities could save lives.
Gov. Inslee announces plans to protect the state’s coastline.
A recap of this week’s happenings around King County.
Many say that the process has been too hasty and lacked enough input.
The NAACP Youth Coalition want the district to officially acknowledge “that black lives matter.”
In the wake of the Larry Nassar trail, what can be done to protect child gymnasts?
For the second time this school year, bus lots host picket lines. This time, there’s no end in sight.