The nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy today released the 2015 edition of its “Who Pays?” report
It would be illegal for employers in Washington state to provide health insurance plans that discriminate against employees’ by interfering with their access to contraception, under a bill sponsored by virtually the entire Senate […]
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Senate Democratic caucus approved their full leadership and committee appointments on Thursday, for the upcoming 2015 legislative session.
Changes to leadership include Sen. Andy Billig, D-Spokane, assuming the role of […]
The Legislature should make every effort to fully fund the $198 million sought by Washington’s universities in order to hold tuition steady for the next two years and to maintain institutional quality, Sen. […]
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2015 Session: Let’s Get To Work
The challenges that faced the legislature in 2014 — education funding, a transportation plan for all Washingtonians and important policies such as climate change, oil train transportation and mental health — are the same challenges the 2015 legislature must tackle. Read more…Tweets by @WASenDemocrats