Gov. Jay Inslee and a bipartisan group of lawmakers unveiled a plan on Tuesday that would make changes to the state’s impaired driving laws, including requiring an arrest on the first offense and mandatory jail time if offenders don’t enroll in a sobriety program after a second arrest.
Supporters of gun control in Washington state are laying the groundwork for an initiative campaign to try and expand the use of background checks if a similar proposal fails to pass Congress.
Looking for a job? Tuesday could be your lucky day, thanks to a job fair put together by Congressman Adam Smith (D) and Congressman Dave Reichert (R) in a bipartisan venture.