Sunday, March 3, 2024
Legislation to lower the blood alcohol limit for drivers didn’t get floor debate and vote in Senate.
Sculptures of an Indian fishing rights activist will guard commitments to save salmon and honor treaties.
Lawmakers should restore funding for fighting wildfires and call on one furry firefighter in particular.
Requiring 60 percent approval denies too many students the schools and facilities they deserve.
The legislation balances affordability with the need to encourage growth in the stock of housing.
Adding local elections to even-year ballots could boost participation but election officials have concerns.
Ultimately, more scrutiny from the FAA and others can restore confidence in its planes’ safety.
A House bill would limit the use of deceptive interrogations that have resulted in wrongful convictions.
Legislation would fund a year of community college tuition to increase enrollment and degrees.
Five area school districts are seeking approval of levies or bonds to provide a full education.
Three bills each contain elements that can be combined to increase the state’s recycling success.
Much of what’s outlined in policy and funding solutions works, but needs expansion and our support.
Legislation seeks to enlist schools, community groups, tribes and more to reach out to struggling kids.
Legislation for a commission could add to efforts and investments that lawmakers have prioritized.
The slain civil rights leader was cited by supporters and opponents of a gun permit bill before lawmakers.
Work continues in the Legislature, but questions remain on transportation fixes and funding.
Legislation proposes a task force to study its potential advantages, abuses and guardrails for its use.
They aren’t tackling major issues, but many offer ideas worth consideration by public and lawmakers.
Backed by a visit to view safety successes, lawmakers are again pitching ways to reduce accidents.
Even after the Legislature adopted legislation and funding, several proposals are back this year.