by Zack Ford Jan 19, 2016
Washington state law has protected transgender people for 10 years, but a recent rule implementation has prompted a conservative backlash.
by Emily Atkin Nov 18, 2015
Inslee said he believes defeating ISIS will not just take military force, but moral force.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 28, 2015
Ten years after ocean acidification nearly broke the Pacific shellfish industry, the region is leading the world in both science and policy. What can we learn from Washington's success story?
by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 16, 2015
“The medical staff had recommended a freezing of admissions until they get it under control, but we were told we should think about finding another job."
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 26, 2015
The normally boring debate about a utility merger became a pitched battle between renewable energy advocates and the utility industry and their allies on the other.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 5, 2015
Western states probably won't join a Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative-like pact with each other, but that doesn't mean the states aren't thinking about ways to work together.
by Natasha Geiling May 18, 2015
“This drought is unlike any we’ve ever experienced.”
by Alan Pyke Apr 10, 2015
It was embarrassing enough when conservatives claimed that Seattle restaurant owners were closing because of the $15 minimum wage law without even asking the restaurateurs. Now, new data on the restaurant scene makes the claim look even sillier.
by Zack Ford Mar 30, 2015
Religious beliefs do not justify anti-gay discrimination in Washington — and there's a price to pay.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 27, 2015
Nationally, more than one out of four farmworkers are undocumented.