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The Commute with Carlson

John Carlson is synonymous with Washington State Politics. Simply put, he is THE conservative voice in Seattle. John gives his unique perspective on local and   […]

WA Legislature passes controversial curriculum choices bill

(The Center Square) – A bill that gives Washington state’s Superintendent of Public Instruction ultimate authority when it comes to school district materials on sex education and race- and gender-based teaching is on its way to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk. Engrossed Substitute House Bill 2331 passed the Senate Thursday on a 29-20 vote after previously clearing the House of Representatives on a 58-39 vote on Feb. 10. Sen. Mark Mullet, D-Issaquah, voted for the bill

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Breaching Snake River dams would affect power rates, economy, Spokane Valley officials told

(The Center Square) – Spokane Valley City Council members heard a presentation Tuesday from advocates stressing the importance of reliable hydropower and economic benefits provided by four federally operated dams on the Lower Snake River in Washington state. “There is no other substitute for [hydropower] … It is our superpower,” Chelsea Martin, government relations and communications coordinator for Modern Electric Water Co., told the council. Martin shared concerns voiced by many others in the Inland

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Lakewood rejects bill to avoid label as ‘place with the $500 parking ticket’

(The Center Square) – The Lakewood City Council has rejected a proposed ordinance from its city attorney that would have raised the price of parking tickets up to $500 in a bid to dissuade people from illegally parking in the city. Lakewood City Attorney Heidi Ann Wachter’s proposal would raise parking fines to a maximum of $500 for a fourth offense, with a minimum fine of $50 for the first offense. The ordinance failed by

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WA Dems signal passage for three initiatives getting hearings next week

(The Center Square) – Washington state Democrats have signaled a willingness to pass three initiatives to the Legislature scheduled for public hearings next week. The three measures getting public hearings are Initiative 2081 to establish a parental bill of rights relating to their children’s public school education, Initiative 2111 to prohibit state and local governments from enacting a personal income tax, and Initiative 2113 to remove certain restrictions on when police officers may engage in

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