Minority youth are arrested and in the Washington state’s court system more often than their white counterparts, a recent study commissioned by the state Supreme Court shows. But researchers said counties aren’t keeping complete data on ethnicity and the gap between minority and while youth is larger.
A new requirement for carbon monoxide detectors in Washington homes takes effect on January 1, 2013. The new law requires the detectors in all existing residences, including hotels, dormitories and institutions.
Roll-your-own cigarette machines may be out of business for good, just as Washington state was looking to tax them.
Opponents of gay marriage say they have enough signatures to qualify a referendum for the November ballot.
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Gregoire will sign the bill legalizing gay marriage in the Capitol at 11:30am. The law takes effect June 7, but opponents have promised to fight back with a ballot measure that would allow voters to overturn it.
Gov. Chris Gregoire will sign a measure legalizing gay marriage in Washington state into law on Monday.