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Marci Owens, Senator Patty Murray and Danni Askini in D.C.
Local Politics
U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) has announced that Marci Owens of Seattle will be her guest at Tuesday night’s Joint Address to Congress by Trump. ...
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Angela Gilmore and Joaquin Carcaño
Politics
North Carolina sends a purposeful message that LGBT people are second-class citizens who are undeserving of the privacy, respect, and protections afforded others in the state. ...
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash), Seattle Times
Politics
Murray received numerous phone calls from worried constituents when Sessions was announced as Trump's Department of Justice pick. ...
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President Donald Trump pumps his fist after addressing the crowd during his swearing-in ceremony on January 20 at the Capitol in Washington, DC./Getty
Politics
Trump now holds the record for the lowest initial job approval rating as well as the highest initial disapproval rating in Gallup surveys dating back to Dwight D. Eisenhower. ...
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Health Politics
Murray said that studies show Republican plans to dismantle the health care system will cause families to pay more for health care, and leave seniors vulnerable. ...
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Politics
The following information was prepared by representatives of NARAL Pro-Choice America. ...
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Local Politics
Three incumbent justices are up for re-election: Chief Justice Barbara Madsen, Justice Mary Yu, and Justice Charlie Wiggins. ...
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Raymond & Chelsea Clinton
Politics
Logo has announced a multi-platform digital series focused on the issues that matter most to LGBT people and their families during this year’s Presidential election. ...
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Politics
The decision impacts more than four million undocumented immigrants and their families, and nearly 79,000 people in Washington state. ...
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Two students at Mount Erie Elementary School celebrate after voting in the mock election.
Local Politics
Bernie Sanders gathered 70.6 percent of the students’ votes to easily defeat fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton, who took in 29.4 percent. ...
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