Government Wants Appeal Of Travel Ban Put On HoldThe Justice Department wants a federal appeals court to put President Trump's travel ban case on hold until he issues a new order.
Officials In Legal Pot State Vow To Fight Federal CrackdownBob Ferguson, attorney general in Washington state, which joined Colorado in 2012 as the first states to legalize recreational use of the drug, said he requested a meeting last week with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his approach to legal, regulated marijuana.
Washington Prepared To Fight To Keep Its Legal Pot- Washington state is ready to fight if necessary to keep its legal marijuana, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Thursday after White House spokesman Sean Spicer hinted at a federal crackdown.
Hundreds Protest Outside Reichert's Office, Demand Town HallHundreds protest outside Reichert's office, demand town hall
Environmental And Fishing Groups Sue To Save SalmonEnvironmental and fishing groups sued the federal government on Thursday as they seek cooler water for salmon in the Columbia River system.
4.2 Earthquake Rattles Washington's Kitsap PeninsulaA magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck western Washington near the Hood Canal.
Most Oil Pipeline Opponents Leave North Dakota Camp The Latest on plans to close a protest encampment near the Dakota Access pipeline construction site in North Dakota
Senate Votes For Bill To Vacate Victims' Prostitution CrimesVictims of sex trafficking would be allowed to vacate prostitution convictions in Washington state under a measure passed by the state Senate.
Seattle Mayor Pitches $55M Tax Measure For Homeless ServicesMurray said in his state of the city address Tuesday that the city needs to double its spending on homelessness.
Swedish CEO Resigns Days After Seattle Times InvestigationThe CEO of Swedish Health Services has resigned from his post, nearly two weeks after a Seattle Times investigation revealed turmoil inside Swedish's neurosurgery institute.
Seattle Vows To Protect Immigrants And RefugeesSeattle Mayor May Sue Trump Over Immigration Information
Duck Boats Face Increasing Calls For ImprovementsIn Seattle, after five college students were killed in a 2015 duck boat collision with a bus, the company pulled half its fleet out of service. In Philadelphia, a duck boat operator suspended its tours indefinitely after three people were killed in two separate crashes. And in Boston, new safety regulations are set to go into effect in April after a duck boat ran over and killed a 28-year-old woman last spring.

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