(The Center Square) – The Office of the Washington State Auditor has issued a new “bonus” report which showed bad news for sales tax collections in border towns, yet it missed an important outlier in the border town of Lynden.
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(The Center Square) – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is sending a mobile COVID-19 vaccination unit to the greater Seattle area, Gov. Jay Inslee announced in a press release.
(The Center Square) – The Washington State Supreme Court ended the uncertainty over redistricting Friday by accepting the framework of the bipartisan redistricting commission, which took the vote on the new legislative maps just after the statutory deadline had passed.
At the height of COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s unemployment rate soared to 15%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. The fallout on American workers was immediate as many lost their paychecks or saw their wages plummet overnight. However, broadly speaking, in much of the country, the economic damage from the pandemic did not prove to […]
(The Center Square) – Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee says he would support a delay in the implementation of a new payroll tax to fund the long-term care benefit known as “WA Cares.”
(The Center Square) – The newly released November jobs report fell short of expectations Friday.
(The Center Square) – While most Americans were legally traveling to visit relatives and celebrate Thanksgiving enjoying a few days off of work, Border Patrol agents were hard at work in Texas inundated with illegal travelers arriving at the U.S. southern border.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden unveiled a new set of executive actions to address the Omicron variant Thursday, though how serious the threat of the variant will be remains unclear.
(The Center Square) – According to a new Cato Institute report, “Freedom in the 50 States,” Washington state just barely managed to avoid being in the bottom 10 of states in terms of personal and economic freedom.