Rep. Roger Freeman, a Democratic freshman lawmaker from Federal Way, has died after a yearlong battle with cancer, according to The News Tribune. Continue reading State Rep. Roger Freeman dies after battle with cancer
On this week's edition of "The Impact," meet millennial voters -- and hear their thoughts about what they are voting on this year. Continue reading On ‘The Impact’ this week: Millennial voters and charter school lawsuit
The Washington Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday about the constitutionality of the state's new charter school law, which was approved by voters two years ago. Continue reading Washington’s charter school law debated in front of the state Supreme Court
The Washington Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a case that challenges the constitutionality of Initiative 1240, a measure approved by voters in 2012 that allows 40 public charter schools to open in Washington state over five years. Continue reading Charter school law before the Washington Supreme Court on Tuesday
Here's what TVW is airing live this week. Continue reading On TVW this week: Charter school lawsuit, carbon emissions task force
Healthcare plans for government workers and retirees will soon include benefits for transgender services, including gender reassignment surgery. Continue reading State approves coverage for transgender people
On "The Impact" this week, hear from the family of one of the underage girls who was trafficked for sex on the Backpage website. Also on the show, details about the new screening measures in place to monitor travelers coming to Washington from Ebola outbreak zones. Continue reading On ‘The Impact’ this week: Backpage lawsuit and Ebola outbreak
A lawyer for Backpage.com argued before the Washington Supreme Court on Tuesday that the website should be granted "complete immunity" from prosecution because it did not write the online ads that resulted in the sex trafficking of three underage girls. Continue reading Backpage sex trafficking case argued before state Supreme Court
The Washington Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit brought against Backpage.com by representatives of three teenagers who say they were trafficked for sex on the website. Continue reading Washington Supreme Court set to hear Backpage sex trafficking case
On this week's edition of "The Impact," we break down the state Senate races that are most in play. Continue reading On ‘The Impact’ this week: Senate races, voting history
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